Graeter's Opens Carmel Store

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Cincinnati-based Graeter's is now serving its French Pot ice cream and sorbet in Carmel. The Nash at Carmel City Center location is its third in the Indianapolis area.

The other stores are located in Fishers and Indianapolis.

“We are thrilled that Graeter’s is now open in The Nash and offering their handcrafted ice cream to the Carmel community. With the new Zagster Carmel Bike Share locations off of the Monon Trail, Graeter’s will be an easy stop off of the Monon,” said Melissa Averitt, Senior Vice President of Marketing and Sales at Pedcor. 

The ice cream company started in Cincinnati in 1868. The new location is operated by Graeter’s only franchise out of Louisville.

“My brother and I started Graeter’s in Louisville 17 years ago and are excited that our Carmel store is now open. With the support and acclaim we have received in our Butler/Tarkington and Fishers locations, we know it will be a success here,” says Jim Tedesco, owner of the franchise in Louisville.

The Carmel store is located on South Range Line Road.

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