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BJ Buckets is owned by the Jorgensen Family
who have lived in Cache Valley since 2004. Ice cream has been a favorite family night past time, and they wanted to share their love for this frozen treat with their valley community and decided to invest in Logan’s Historic District and opened its doors for business July 2015. Mr. and Mrs. Jorgensen have 5 children, of whom all first names start with the letter B, thus the B and J (Jorgensen) in BJ Buckets. Buckets … think buckets of ice cream!

Located in Logan, Utah

Just in the back of Great Harvest, behind The Bluebird on Main Street. BJ Buckets is the cutest addition to Cache Valley!  The decor has a charming retro-1950’s French ice cream parlor motif with the bright, happy colors of today. The seating is around quaint french cafe tables and barstools at bar counters along two walls. Spring through Autumn there is also colorful outdoor “porch” seating. The background music is upbeat and the staff, smiling and friendly. Customers walk in, order their items at the counter, and seat themselves.

Supporting their local community
is very important to the Jorgensens. They donate award coupons to elementary schools for students who achieve reading and other academic goals. Donations that are collected at the register are used for donations to 2016ProudChamberMemberStickerprojects that benefit local citizens, as well as orphans in 3rd world countries. In addition they donate to local charities and sponsor local running races. They are very involved in the lacrosse, ballroom dance, track, and running sports. They purchase their product from local companies such as USU Soup Connection, Firehouse Pizza, and Farr’s Ice Cream.

 Supporting Children Abroad

The Jorgensen Family had the opportunity to travel with a charity group called Dando Amor to Ecuador and to Africa where they were able to serve in orphanages, both physically and by providing money for food and repairs. It is an ongoing effort to help in these projects. They have seen bare cupboards filled with rice and basic staples, clothing donated, and dilapidated structures repaired or replaced. Orphanages have been built and supported by funds provided to Dando Amor. Children in Ecuador orphanages are often left without a home after they turn 14 years old, and efforts are being made to provide a place for this age group to remain safe until they are 18 years old and to help fund college or higher level of education.

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Colorful, charming decor

Open late in summer for theater crowd

Free WIFI and laptop counter and power strip

Farr’s Ice Cream
Firehouse
Pizza
Great Harvest Brownies and Cookies
Hot Cocoa Floats
3 Flavors Dole Whip: Pineapple, Strawberry, and Orange
Hand-scooped Shakes
Date Night Bucket
Sundaes 

Unique Ice Cream Flavors include: Maui Waui – Passionfruit, Orange, and Guava Sherbet
Mother Lode- Chocolate covered toffee pieces in vanilla ice cream with caramel swirl
Salted Caramel – Caramel ice cream with caramel swirl and a strong hint of saltinside
Coconut Almond.

 

Oriented to Families

Colorful, fun atmosphere

Monthly and Seasonal flavors and with special discounts for the week

Day-of-the-Week and Holiday specials

Party room

“Spin It to Win It” game wheel

Free Birthday Clown Sundae

Traditional Sundaes!

Summer Daily Bingo

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Ice Cream Flavors

Hand-scooped Shakes

Date Night Bucket

 

 

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CUSTOMER COMMENTS:kids

 

“Cutest ice cream shop ever! And the ice cream is fantastic – 100% satisfaction!”

“The flavors are very original and delicious!!”

“So excited to see people investing in the historic district.”

“Such a cute place and great prices!!”

“The soup is delicious. I am definitely telling people and coming back!”

“Your pizza is so yummy! I come in every week for the Pizza Lunch Special.”

 

 

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Store Address: 55 West Center Street, Suite 103 , Logan, UT 84341