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WILMINGTON, NC (GREATER WILMINGTON BUSINESS JOURNAL) — Another quick serve frozen yogurt shop is set to make its debut in the Port City next month.

Officials with Indianapolis-based Kite Realty announced Tuesday that Salt Lake City-based TCBY will open in 1,577 square feet of space in the Oleander Point shopping center at the intersection of Oleander Drive and Fordham Road.


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2015 years 9 months ago

Wait, wasnt there a TCBY on College Rd that closed down years ago? It was on the main road in the old Phar-mor shopping center.

Office Fan
2015 years 9 months ago

They used to be where Sport Clips is now located. They closed back in the late 90’s and were replaced with Maggie Moos which also ended up closing.

2015 years 9 months ago

Don’t let this chain run the locally owned businesses into the ground.

Office Fan
2015 years 9 months ago

I, for one, an excited about this. I have never had a bad dish of frozen yogurt from TCBY, which is more than I can say for some of the locally owned places. I’m tired of going into the local places and constantly having yogurt that isn’t frozen properly, or tastes strange…and lately some of them do not even keep plain old traditional vanilla stocked. I love Frozen Yogurt, and went to the locally owned ones regularly after they opened, but stopped once these QC problems popped up. If the local places want to keep my business, they need to put more emphasis on keeping these machines in tiptop shape with a consistent product every time and less emphasis on hiring cute college girls to try and lure in the high school and college boy crowd.

2015 years 9 months ago

I would have thought there would be a minimum of 3 public announcements on this.

One from the Governor’s office to announce another succesful business moving to NC.

One from the Secretary of Commerce’s office promoting another great recruitment by his department.

One from the ballpark proponents. No doubt, despite the distance from the proposed, overpriced ballpark site, they have to point to this as another “build it and they will come” success.

If you like frozen yogurt, theirs is superior.

2015 years 9 months ago

If there’s an increase in Herpes cases can they take credit?

If there’s an increase in shark bites?

Wait – should we give them credit for global warming?

heh, heh, heh

Best Regards

2015 years 9 months ago

TCBY make its debut in Wilmington in the ’80s right?

2015 years 9 months ago

to voice your concerns to the owners of Fuzzy Peach…if they are the ones you’re speaking about?


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