BAB, Inc. Announces Opening of First SweetDuet Frozen Yogurt & Gourmet Muffins®
DEERFIELD, Ill. - August 21, 2013 - (BUSINESS WIRE) - BAB, Inc. (OTCBB: BABB), announced the opening of its first Sweet Duet Frozen Yogurt & Gourmet Muffins®. The SweetDuet® concept is the newest development of BAB’s franchising company, BAB Systems, Inc., which also franchises Big Apple Bagels® and My Favorite Muffin®. The premier SweetDuet is located at 3205 S. Westnedge Avenue in Kalamazoo, Michigan and is owned and operated by Victoria Enterprises, Inc., also a Big Apple Bagels franchisee since 2008.
BAB’s new concept is a marriage of self-serve frozen yogurt and BAB’s exclusive My Favorite Muffin® gourmet muffins and muffin gift baskets. The SweetDuet menu also includes a breakfast offering that features a fresh yogurt and oatmeal bar and BAB’s premium specialty coffee, Brewster’s®. The point-of-purchase materials in the store offer suggestions to help customers create their own Duet Yourself™ “sundae” using the virtually endless combinations of muffins, frozen yogurt flavors and toppings.
Michael W. Evans, President and CEO of BAB, Inc. states, “The all-day aspect of SweetDuet and the pairing of frozen yogurt with our amazing muffins bring a diversity to our frozen yogurt concept that differentiates us from the competition and gives us expanded revenue opportunities. The SweetDuet franchise is not only a restaurant business throughout the day and evening; it is also a retail gift shop for marketing our extensive line of beautiful and delicious muffin baskets to individuals and businesses."
About BAB, Inc.
BAB, Inc. franchises and licenses Big Apple Bagels®, My Favorite Muffin® SweetDuet Frozen Yogurt & Gourmet Muffins® and Brewster’s® Coffee. The Company’s stock is traded on the OTCBB under the symbol BABB and its web site can be visited at www.babcorp.com.
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