NANUET, N.Y. — Rockland proprietor Belinda Poblete, who won a cold $7 million personification a lottery final spring, is parlaying some of her new-found resources into something even cooler – a solidified yogurt shop.
Poblete popped into a preference store in Sloatsburg final May to play her common Powerball or Mega Millions, though on a humour instead motionless to buy a CASH4LIFE scratch-off ticket.
The health-care workman pronounced she was repelled to find, after relating all 6 numbers, that she had won a kitty of $7 million. She after chose to take a pile sum remuneration of $4.6 million.
She bought her winning sheet during Super 7 Express on Orange Turnpike.
Perhaps intuiting a “lucky” fruit theme, Poblete is now opening a Red Mango Yogurt Café Smoothie and Juice Bar in Nanuet.
The authorization founder, Dan Kim, non-stop a initial Red Mango in 2007. Today, a Dallas-based sequence said, there are some-more than 300 locations around a nation.
According to Red Mango orator Melissa Rubin, Poblete hopes to open a new store in 2017. She did not give a plcae for a store.
“I am so vehement to open my initial authorization plcae in Nanuet and share my adore for Red Mango with a community,” pronounced Poblete. “I wanted to offer a open something healthy and Red Mango fit a check with a fresh, high-quality and dainty menu.”
The company’s website says a nonfat and low-fat yogurts, smoothies and parfaits enclose live active cultures, are approved gluten-free and come in such mouthwatering flavors as white peach, peanut butter, Caribbean coconut, espresso, banana, and, of course, mango.
Red Mango stores also offer raw, fresh-squeezed, ice-filtered juices and made-to-order cafeteria dishes underneath 500 calories.
It will be a chain’s initial plcae in Nanuet.
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Rudy Frederico, a executive of authorization development, pronounced Red Mango was looking brazen to both assisting Poblete “build her business” and giving a village “a ideal place to lay back, relax and puncture in — ladle first.”