Assemblyman Colin J. Schmitt is recognizing Trailside Treats Creamery in Goshen as the local small business of the month in the 99th Assembly District.
The program seeks to recognize the efforts of small business men and women and their contributions to the economy and community.
Trailside Treats Creamery has become a staple in the region, known for its unique, delicious options with soft serve, hard ice cream, ices, and gelatins. Trailside Treats has something for everyone, including pets.
“I am proud to have the opportunity to recognize a staple in the Hudson Valley, Trailside Treats Creamery in Goshen,” Schmitt said in the press release detailing the selection. “Many who walk, run or bike the Heritage Trail or live in the area are frequent visitors. Trailside Treats is a family-owned small business for friends, family and neighbors to enjoy summertime enjoyment. We thank them for their service to the community.”
Paul Corey and Denise Guion, owners of Trailside Treats Creamery, thanked the assemblyman for the recognition.
“We appreciate the continued support and would like to give thanks to our loyal customers,” the owners said. “While we serve the community, our community has stood by us and we certainly appreciate that.”