Tropical Smoothie Cafe Supports the Rebuilding Efforts of Texas in the Wake of Hurricane Harvey
Tropical Smoothie Cafe, one of the fastest growing franchise concepts in the country, has announced the reopening of its Rockport, TX cafe owned by franchisee Pam Farley. The location was destroyed by Hurricane Harvey in 2017, but Farley and her team are grateful for the overwhelming support of the community during the rebuilding process.
In addition to reopening the Rockport location, Tropical Smoothie Cafe is also privileged to continue its growth in Texas by signing the brand’s 100th agreement in the state. First-time Tropical Smoothie Cafe franchisee, Shahrukh Noormohammed, is a Houston native. Noormohammed began his career in engineering before transitioning into the sales industry. His unique experience will bring a different perspective to the brand as he develops three new cafes throughout the Houston market.
“It’s inspiring to see the progress this community has made since Hurricane Harvey and we are proud to continue expanding in a market that has such compassion for local businesses and the residents they serve,” said Mike Rotondo, CEO of Tropical Smoothie Cafe, LLC. “The ongoing success of our existing cafes and resiliency of the business community keep Texas a prime market for development. With 30 franchised cafes open across the state and an additional 15 slated to open this year, we’re eager to continue our expansion efforts and make our better-for-you food and smoothie offerings accessible to more residents throughout Texas.”
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