Friday saw the grand opening of Cold Stone Creamery’s first Cambodian store. Originally from the United States, the first branch in the Cambodian market is located on Kampuchea Bloulevard, 200 metres from the University of AsiaEurope. The opening day was attended by HE Pak Sokhom, Secretary of State at the Ministry of Tourism of Cambodia; Mr William Heidh Ambassador of US Embassy to the Kingdom of Cambodia; Mr Norm Hav, CEO TH F & B; Mr Eddy Jermenez, representative of Kahala Brands ™; and Norm Tong, CEO of TH F & B. Cold Stone Creamery has branches of their world-famous ice creameries in some 1,500 locations in 29 countries, including the Philippines, Kuwait, Qatar, Nigeria and the Indonesia. Cold Stone Creamery ice cream is a welcome addition to the Kingdom’s ice cream scene, and make their own delicious flavours by hand, fresh, each day. Photo by Hong Menea
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