July 6, 2010
Need a Pinkberry fix? More shops set to open this month

pinkberry.jpgThey're coming.

Four more Pinkberry stores are set to open in the next few weeks in the Sacramento region. The area's first Pinkberry shops opened April 9 in the Howe 'Bout Arden shopping center and on April 29 in Laguna.

The Citrus Heights store at 5855 Sunrise Boulevard opens Friday, followed by the Loehmann's Plaza store on July 16 (2441 Fair Oaks Boulevard) and a Davis store at 500 1st Street July 30, a news release states. A Folsom store is in the works, but an opening date and address have not yet been announced.

Pinkberry has been well-received in the Sacramento area, Mikki Stevens, the director of operations for the Sacramento stores.

"Our sales are increasing on a weekly basis as well as our fan base," she said.

Pinkberry, a tart frozen yogurt chain that grew wildly popular after its West Hollywood launch in 2005, is known for using quality ingredients and toppings.

Sacramento stores feature Pinkberry's signature original flavor, as well as pomegranate, coconut, chocolate, mango. A summer flavor, watermelon, is being offered through early August. The stores offer the watermelon flavor at 50 percent off during happy hour, from 5 to 7 p.m. daily.

Tariq Munir, a local businessman, owns the six local Pinkberry franchises.

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