TCBY

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October 2013

Forget New York and Los Angeles. Quick-serve operators have all the resources they need in these four mid-American cities.

TCBY recently expanded its footprint in North Carolina with a new store in Charlotte, marking the 28th store in North Carolina. The owner of the new location is Samuel Batt, a TCBY franchise area developer for North and South Carolina.

TCBY, The Country’s Best Yogurt, selected Hudsonville Creamery and Ice Cream Company as its new hand-scooped frozen yogurt partner. 

“TCBY prides itself in providing our customers with the best tasting, most nutritious frozen yogurt in the market,” says Timothy...

TCBY, the leading frozen yogurt concept, recently announced its strategic expansion agreement in North Carolina and South Carolina.

TCBY was honored to accept the Prepared Foods Excellence in Innovation Award for its development of Super Fro-Yo at Monday’s Prepared Foods New Products Conference in Naples, Florida. TCBY joins a prestigious list of current and past winners including Kraft Foods, Tyson...

September 2011

Jake’s may be the youngest brand on our anniversary list this year, but its mindset is decidedly old school.

TCBY has long been a leader in taste, attributed largely to a classic line of swirl flavors that turn America’s favorite desserts and holiday treats into healthier indulgences. Its most recent addition is the decadent Red Velvet Cake, which was initially offered as a limited-time-only soft...

Thirty years ago, Frank and Georgia Hickingbotham founded TCBY, The Country’s Best Yogurt, the company credited with pioneering the fro-yo industry. The company continues to grow with more than 600 locations around the world and more than 70 flavors of frozen yogurt. 

With the recent launch of its Super Fro-Yo, TCBY has staked a claim on the industry’s healthiest product with unmatched nutritionals.

Does he throw the perfect curve ball? Build the biggest fort? Catch monster fish? Grill the best burger in town? 

If you answered yes to any of these amazing dad feats, than you have a Super Dad in your house!

In 2010, TCBY introduced a new self-serve store model and new brand identity to rave reviews in the restaurant industry. They took do-it-yourself to a whole new level. In keeping with that theme, the company is announcing a new website experience at...

Dieting, eating right, going organic, exercising—all continue to weigh heavy on the American way of life, coupled with the ongoing guilt associated with our love of dessert. TCBY says you can not only lose the guilt but potentially gain some meaningful health benefits by choosing its Super...

April 2011

David Rutkauskas was fresh out of college when he decided to help his father fulfill his dream of opening a deli in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The Health Deli, which opened on the base floor of an office building in 1987, became a family affair, with Rutkauskas and his parents all pitching in to shop...

 

In the midst of the company's 30th anniversary celebration, TCBY announces the deserving recipients of "The Great TCBY Store Giveaway Contest," Jared and Sarah Greer.

The Greers are opening their first store where the brand originated: Northwest Arkansas. TCBY...

April 2011

Since May 2010, TCBY has introduced a self-serve prototype, revamped its store design, and signed a deal to open 200 stores in Texas over the next 10 years.

It was no coincidence that TCBY hired a new CEO that same month.

Thirty years ago, right as the public began clamoring for healthier treats, Frank Hickingbotham created the first frozen yogurt concept and called it TCBY. “Frozen yogurt was the right idea that came at the right time,” Hickingbotham says. “We thought that we were on the...

Lawrence “Doc” Cohen, a veteran of the franchise industry who first franchised Great American Cookies 32 years ago, became the first-ever franchisee inducted into the International Franchise Association’s (IFA) Hall of Fame.

The award, which was presented to Cohen at the...

With the popularity of the new Volkswagen commercial and fan...

Fresh off the introduction of a new self-serve prototype and store design, TCBY announced a deal to open 200 stores over the next 10 years with Texas developer Lone Star Yogurt.

Coming off a year in which it reinvented its brand image, launched a self-serve model, and found itself positioned against several new competitors, TCBY announced that it is celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2011—with a little help from its customers.