Yogurtini's Moving to Kansas

    Industry News | March 14, 2011

    Yogurtini, a national and quickly growing self-serve frozen yogurt franchise originally established in Tempe, Arizona, in 2008, announced that its "serve-yo-self" concept is expanding to Kansas.

    "We have had an amazing and wonderful response to the Yogurtini concept at our Midwest franchises in Missouri. The demand in Kansas has been overwhelming and we are excited to be entering this new market," says Perry Kessler, CEO of Yogurtini.

    "The love for the product, concept and experience at Yogurtini has been what I believe has made us so popular and in demand across the country," Kessler says.

    Yogurtini will be opening in early April in Overland Park at the intersection of 119th and Metcalf next to 24 Hour Fitness and Five Guys Burgers. The Derby shop will be located next to the Rock River Water Park and will be announcing its opening date soon as well as the Salina location.

    The self-serve frozen yogurt shop has locations in Tempe, Scottsdale, and Phoenix, Arizona, and three locations in Kansas City, Missouri. The "serve-yo-self" concept allows customers to make their own frozen yogurt creation, creating blends and concoctions just like a signature martini or favorite cocktail.

    At Yogurtini, Flavortini recipes are created by mixing an array of frozen yogurts and toppings like the famous "Extra Dirty," "Scouts Honor," and "The Peanut Butter and Jelly." Current new spring flavors rotating at the grand openings will be "Carrot Cake" and "Kiss Me I'm Irish Mint."

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