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Cold Stone Enters Australia

Cold Stone Creamery

American franchisor Cold Stone Creamery is looking to chill the Australian market.  While operating in 18 countries, the brand’s horrific franchising reputation in the U.S. ensures slow growth in a tough Down Under market.

Cold Rock Eyes Baskin Robbins Supply

BR CRThe Executive Chairman of Australia’s Franchised Food Company [FFCo] wants to rescue Baskin Robbins franchisees in fragile times.  There has been no mention of how Dunkin Brands feel about that news. 

Marble Slab Creamery Gains Guam Based Aussie Market Investor

GFGGuam’s Metico Pacific and US chain Marble Slab Creamery plan 30 stores in Australia. Marble Slab owner, Global Franchise Group, have a large investment portfolio including Wetzel's Pretzels and giant loser, Quizno's.

Boycott Cold Stone, Blimpie, Best Western?

Calls to boycott AriZona tea because some suppose it is in Arizona
AriZona tea company is from New York City, photo/DeusXFlorida, flickr

Cold Stone Explains Battle with IRS

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (Blue MauMau) - Last Tuesday, Joshua Becker, the senior vice president and assistant general counsel of Cold Stone Creamery alerted its franchise community of an article in the November/December issue of Franchise Times magazine by this reporter.