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April 1, 2014

Pinkberry has selected Royal Holdings to roll out franchises across Japan.

Los Angeles and Tokyo — Pinkberry has selected Royal Holdings to roll out franchises across Japan. An experienced franchisee, Royal Holdings operates 722 restaurants across several brands.

The initial development plan calls for 50 Pinkberry frozen yogurt stores.

 

March 31, 2014

Pinkberry’s is entering the Japanese market with franchisee Royal Holdings.

Los Angeles – Pinkberry’s is entering the Japanese market with franchisee Royal Holdings. Japan is the 20th country where Pinkberry will operate stores.

Royal Holdings who operates 722 restaurants across several brands, both full service and QSR concepts. The partnership provides growth opportunities in the market for both traditional stores and non-traditional venues, with an initial development plan for 50 stores.

October 10, 2012

Frozen yogurt chain Pinkberry said it has launched a loyalty card – Pinkcard – that will be centered around the debut of the chain’s new mobile app.

Los Angeles -- Frozen yogurt chain Pinkberry said Wednesday it has launched a loyalty card – Pinkcard – that will be centered around the debut of the chain’s new mobile app.

The app, free to download on both iOS and Android platforms, is being simultaneously launched with the new loyalty program.

October 10, 2012

Frozen yogurt chain Pinkberry said it has launched a loyalty card – Pinkcard – that will be centered around the debut of the chain’s new mobile app.

Los Angeles -- Frozen yogurt chain Pinkberry said Wednesday it has launched a loyalty card – Pinkcard – that will be centered around the debut of the chain’s new mobile app.

The app, free to download on both iOS and Android platforms, is being simultaneously launched with the new loyalty program.

March 19, 2012

Micros Systems, a provider of information technology solutions for the hospitality and retail industries, has partnered with yogurt retailer Pinkberry to implement Google Wallet.

Columbia, Md. -- Micros Systems, a provider of information technology solutions for the hospitality and retail industries, has partnered with yogurt retailer Pinkberry to implement Google Wallet. The system, which allows Pinkberry customers to tap their device on an NFC (Near Field Communications) reader to quickly make their purchase and simultaneously redeem coupons and receive discounts, is now live in 69 Pinkberry locations in the United States.

March 19, 2012

Micros Systems, a provider of information technology solutions for the hospitality and retail industries, has partnered with yogurt retailer Pinkberry to implement Google Wallet.

Columbia, Md. -- Micros Systems, a provider of information technology solutions for the hospitality and retail industries, has partnered with yogurt retailer Pinkberry to implement Google Wallet. The system, which allows Pinkberry customers to tap their device on an NFC (Near Field Communications) reader to quickly make their purchase and simultaneously redeem coupons and receive discounts, is now live in 69 Pinkberry locations in the United States.

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