Bernard Trade Group has announced that Sub Zero Ice Cream & Yogurt, Latin America is now accepting applications of interest for Master Franchises and Individual Franchises.
After a successful exhibit at the Franchise Expo in San Jose last September, Sub Zero Ice Cream & Yogurt is excited to bring franchising opportunities to Latin America. Sub Zero’s unique flash-freezing process produced substantial interest among attendees at the Expo and was also featured on the local television news.Sub Zero, Latin America is seeking both Master Franchisees to develop areas with multiple stores and single unit franchisees as well.
“Our plan is to open our first flagship store in the next 9 to 12 months in Costa Rica,” said Tim Morales, International Franchisor for Latin America. “This store will be available for people from other Latin America countries to see and experience the Sub Zero Ice Cream and Yogurt concept, and will also be used for training for new franchisees.”
With only one international store open in the UAE, franchisors in Latin America have the unique opportunity to expand the international Sub Zero market. Not only is the Sub Zero ice cream process an ice cream experience like no other, franchisors also have catering and mobile capabilities that allow them to escape the walls of their store and bring Sub Zero directly to the community.
“One of the great things about acquiring a Sub Zero franchise is that you are getting two businesses in one: a storefront location and also a mobile catering business, which is included with the storefront franchise,” Morales said. “T he mobile concept can be very successful, and some franchises in the US even have a catering manager to handle just the weddings, corporate events, schools, festivals and other catering event opportunities.”
Sub Zero Ice Cream and Yogurt recently opened their 30th store in the US and their first International franchise in Abu Dhabi. They also have recently signed a number of Area Developer agreements in the U.S. for the Gulf of Mexico, SE Florida, Raleigh North Carolina, and Louisville, KY.