The CherryBerry frozen yogurt franchise in Pearland, Texas opened in November, 2011.
It closed its doors for good in November, 2012, just a year later.
The Pearland CherryBerry cost an estimated $300,000* to open.
A little over a year later, it’s listed for sale for just $75,000.
* According to the 2012 CherryBerry franchise disclosure document, each CherryBerry franchise location requires an initial investment between $224,500 to $354,000.
Why did the CherryBerry frozen yogurt franchise fail in just a year?
It looks like an attractive shop.
The staff seemed lively and fun.
And there was no shortage of creative promotions:
They even tried Latin Dance lessons on Thursday nights.
Unfortunately, the Pearland Texas CherryBerry appears to be undone by the same foe that has caused about a dozen CherryBerry franchises to close in recent months:
Just not enough business.
[Photo, above. is from the Commgate real estate listing. CherryBerry Pearland is listed for sale at $75,000. 7 Texas locations are listed as a bundle for $985,000 – less than half the cost to build.]
Read more about other recent CherryBerry frozen yogurt franchise closings:
UnhappyFranchisee.Com extends its condolences and best wishes to the owners and staff of the closed Pearland, Texas CherryBerry franchise.
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