Industry News | July 1, 2010

Six New Baskin-Robbins Ready for Texas

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Baskin-Robbins announced it signed agreements with two franchisees to develop six new shops in Centerville, Texas, and South Texas over the next several years. Four shops will open in 2010 and the remaining units will open next year.

Locations targeted for development include the following: Five units will be developed in the Edinburg/Brownsville region of South Texas by existing franchisee John Wright with the first three units opening this year, and the remaining two in 2011; and one shop will be developed this year in Centerville by new franchisee Nordin Jhaver.

“Texas is a priority growth market for Baskin-Robbins and we’re excited to expand our footprint in these two markets,” says Grant Benson, CFE, vice president of franchising and market planning for Dunkin’ Brands Inc. “We’re confident these individuals will spread the fun and unique flavors of America’s Favorite Ice Cream Shop to guests in and around their respective communities.”

In addition to the development agreements mentioned above, Baskin-Robbins recently announced it signed agreements for the development of four other new shops in Houston by 2012.

To drive its expansion efforts, Baskin-Robbins offers qualified candidates several flexible real estate design options at varying investment levels. These concepts—stand-alone and express/kiosk—provide consumers with a range of Baskin-Robbins menu items from hard scooped ice cream and cakes to soft-serve and frozen beverages.

“Additional Baskin-Robbins stores will satisfy a growing demand in Texas for high-quality ice cream, specialty frozen desserts, and beverages,” Benson says. “For generations, Baskin-Robbins has become the brand of choice for consumers and has consistently delighted them with our irresistible flavors and treats and we look forward to having an even larger presence throughout the state.”
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