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How Houston-Area Franchises Are Getting Super Bowl Ready

How Houston-Area Franchises Are Getting Super Bowl Ready

Entrepreneur Media Inc.

February 03, 2017

While fans around the country are busy unpacking their foam fingers and favorite jerseys and prepping their Buffalo wings and guacamole dip, Houston-area franchisees are gearing up for what promises to be one of their busiest and most profitable weekends ever.
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sweetFrog Celebrates National Kazoo Day

sweetFrog Celebrates National Kazoo Day

Franchise Update

January 25, 2017

sweetFrog Enterprises, recently named by The Daily Meal as America's Best Frozen Yogurt, has announced it will host a musical tribute to the kazoo at stores nationwide on National Kazoo Day, January 28. The first 150 customers at each sweetFrog location will be given a custom pink and green kazoo and encouraged to play it during their visit.
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West senior raises funds to benefit veterans

West senior raises funds to benefit veterans

The Stanley News & Press

January 19, 2017

McManus collaborated with Sweet Frog of Albemarle for Canine Angels Night, during which Sweet Frog donated 20 percent of its profits for a day to her cause. The Sweet Frog event raised $100 for McManus’ cause. Though a smaller fundraiser, the $100 raised would still have an incredible impact for Kaplan’s organization.
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sweetFrog adding doughnuts at two Richmond area stores; could roll out to more locations

sweetFrog adding doughnuts at two Richmond area stores; could roll out to more locations

Richmond Times-Dispatch

January 13, 2017

Sweet Frog frozen yogurt is ramping up the sweetness quotient. The Chesterfield County-based chain is adding doughnuts to the menu at two of its local restaurants in a test run that could eventually roll out to all Sweet Frog locations. “We have 340 locations that typically don’t open until noon. This is a great additional morning use of the real estate,” said J. Patrick Galleher, a partner and managing director of Richmond-based private equity firm Boxwood Partners, which owns the Sweet Frog chain.
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Mayor honors Kai’Ayshia Johnson with city coin

Mayor honors Kai’Ayshia Johnson with city coin

The Progress-Index

January 12, 2017

Johnson's love for frozen treats was not lost on sweetFrog, who is a partner of the children's hospital. After Johnson's recovery, the popular Richmond-based company arranged for her to come in for a special photoshoot in their Colonial Heights location on January 6th. Johnson sat in front of cameras smiling, as she ecstatically ate some well-deserved sweetFrog.
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No wiggle room: Many companies don’t keep enough cash

No wiggle room: Many companies don’t keep enough cash

Associated Press

January 11, 2017

Dan and Darla Robinson aim to have $30,000 in cash in the bank by October, to help run their six sweetFrog franchise yogurt shops when sales slow during colder weather. Dan Robinson estimates cash flow falls about 30 percent during the slow months. The Robinsons, whose stores are in California and Maryland, have increased cash flow by cutting expenses, offering fewer toppings and paying off most of their debt.
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Sweetfrog presenta cuatro nuevos sabores

Sweetfrog presenta cuatro nuevos sabores

El Dia

December 13, 2016

La franquicia de yogurt helado premium Sweetfrog presentó sus nuevos 4 sabores para dar bienvenida al año: Vainilla, Praline, Irish Cream y Pistacho, sin azúcar añadida, nutritivos y sabrosos.
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Sweet Frog yogurt sales benefit wildfire victims

Sweet Frog yogurt sales benefit wildfire victims

Knoxville News Sentinel

December 08, 2016

Mike Williams just wants to provide a little sweet relief for his neighbors. Williams, manager of Sweet Frog Premium Frozen Yogurt store on the Parkway in Pigeon Forge, paired with Knoxville's Sweet Frog store in Turkey Creek for an all-day benefit Thursday. Until the store's close at 10 p.m., 100 percent of all sales will be divided between the Dollywood Foundation's "My People" Fund and the Friends of the Smokies, Williams said.
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