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Local Shop MyFroYo Goes National With Franchise

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KENNEWICK, WA – They have been serving up some tasty treats here in the Tri-Cities for four years. Now, MyFroYo is taking their business nation-wide, moving towards a franchise.

The owners told us they could not be happier that the business they have created has done so well in the Tri-Cities. Now it is time to let people across the country get a taste of their yogurt. While the growth will start locally in the Pacific Northwest they have heard franchise interest all the way down in Florida.

"We're just really excited to expand and we always thank the Tri-Cities for being so supportive," said Crystal Carroll who owns the chain and soon to be franchise with her husband Scott. "We have the best customers ever. Our facebook is over 10,000 plus and growing and that's all because of Tri-Cities."

Crystal explained that every design choice in the shop is one that they put thought into, so that they would have an original and one of a kind froyo destination. One of their creative ideas is a new tot-time. Monday through Friday on Kennewick Ave parents can bring in their kids and get 20% off from 11-2 p.m.

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