SweetFrog Premium Frozen Yogurt is set to make its Warren County debut by April or May in the same plaza as a LaRosa’s Pizzeria.
The chain of frozen yogurt retail stores, which says its goal is to “create the best frozen yogurt experience you’ve ever had,” is opening a 1,600 square-foot-location just off Reading Road at 6676 Tri Way Drive in Mason.
SweetFrog customers create their own combination of soft-serve frozen yogurt, then finish it off with any toppings of their choice. The toppings bar is stocked fresh every day with ingredients aimed at providing everything from a light snack to a decadent dessert and everything in between.
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“The F.R.O.G. in SweetFrog stands for ‘Fully Rely On God’ and we show that by being a good neighbor everywhere we move into,” said franchise owner Judy Burley. “Through local partnerships, fundraisers, and much more, our stores become part of the fabric that wraps their communities.”
Founded in 2009, the chain of stores boasts approximately 350 locations nationwide. This will be the 10th SweetFrog location in Ohio.
Burley said hiring of between four and seven employees should occur sometime next month once the store launches its own Facebook page.
A new Domino’s will be constructed at 9157 Cincinnati-Columbus Road in West Chester Twp. near the corner of U.S. 42 and Cox Road.
The new restaurant, which will feature a drive-thru, replaces a coffee company that closed its kiosk in October.
It’s the work of Springboro-based Southern Ohio Pizza Inc. Louis & Karen Metro Family LLC purchased it Jan. 22 for $111,675 from Munafo Seven Inc., according to data from the Butler County Auditor’s Office.
Domino’s operates 15,300 stores in more than 85 countries worldwide, of which 5,751 are in the United States. There are nearly 800 independent U.S. franchise owners.
In February 2018, the chain became the largest pizza seller worldwide in terms of sales.
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