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* Two Wrongs Don’t Make A Right–Sweet Monkey Frozen Yogurt & Cupcakes

Posted on October 22nd, 2013 · Desserts Fast Food Other

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* Two Wrongs Don’t Make A Right–Sweet Monkey Frozen Yogurt & Cupcakes

Printed below is an e-mail that Jeff Eats received today from a self serve frozen yogurt/cupcake franchise named Sweet Monkey Frozen Yogurt & Cupcakes…it made me laugh and I thought I’d share it with you guys.

So…if Jeff Eats got it right, Sweet Monkey is trying to peddle franchises that combine frozen yogurt and cupcakes under one-roof!

Like I said at the start of this thing, two wrongs don’t make a right.

To the guys peddling this “thing”…because you got a cute circus decor– more flavors/toppings than the competition with a cupcake kicker-to boot—-doesn’t mean that you got a franchisable concept. Nothing for nothing, and since Jeff Eats has no skin in this game—I really do wish you a load of success, but personally, you guys are so late to the “party” that it isn’t even funny. If you haven’t noticed, self serve yogurt stores are literally on every American corner and most recently a number of them have “Closed For Good” signs on their front doors.

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Greetings!
Can you believe it’s October already? I guess it’s true, time fly’s when you are having fun! At Sweet Monkey Frozen Yogurt & Cupcakes, we have fun everyday and would enjoy nothing more than to share it with our friends. Before you know it, the holiday season will be in full bloom!
Holiday Specials for Sweet Monkey Franchisees!!
Well my friend, the holiday season is in full bloom at Sweet Monkey Frozen Yogurt and Cupcakes. If you are looking for a fun and unique frozen dessert franchise, then look no further than Sweet Monkey Frozen Yogurt & Cupcakes. Sweet Monkey is proud to announce a once in a life-time special you will be sure to appreciate.
If you sign a Sweet Monkey Frozen Yogurt & Cupcakes franchise on or before January 30, 2014. Sweet Monkey will give you a 50% discount! That’s right! Your original franchise fee of $30,000 will be cut in half!
But Wait!! There’s More!
If you open your Sweet Monkey Frozen Yogurt & Cupcake unit on or before March 31, 2014, Sweet Monkey will give you a 2% reduction in your Royalties for the rest of 2014!
So tell your partners or franchise buddies, this offer is good until November 1, 2013!
CALL ME NOW!!,
James Miller 770-530-2518 or jm@sweetmonkey.com
Vice President of Franchise DevelopmentSweet Monkey Frozen Yogurt & Cupcakes
Mobile Unit
For our Mobile unit franchise candidates, we will offer 50% off original $20,000 franchise fee and 1% reduction of Franchise Royalties for 2014 if you sign a Mobile Unit franchise on or before January 30, 2014.

10 Comments to “* Two Wrongs Don’t Make A Right–Sweet Monkey Frozen Yogurt & Cupcakes”

  1. JGF says...

    jeff,
    we are running to buy one. rotflmfao.

  2. lokry says...

    has no chance whatsoever

  3. Ralph K. says...

    Jeff, they have 4 stores. amazing that they would even try and franchise this deal. all it is is self serve yogurt joint gussied up with décor and cupcakes. nothing special here.

  4. Ken G (Wellington) says...

    They are kidding aren’t they?
    The are combining two fads which have already finished their runs.

  5. Mark Levine says...

    Hey Jeff Eats, did you see the articles that Sbarro’s is now launching a gourmet pizza concept? Any thoughts on that one?

  6. ken W. says...

    There is a cupcake and yogurt shop in Delray on the Ave.They can get together and join a new fad.

  7. Lou Stoll says...

    Anyone who buys this franchise deserves to lose their money. There is nothing original nor special about this business. All they are doing is combining to fading concepts into one huge disaster.

  8. ThePostmanRang says...

    are they joking?

  9. TampaInvestorRage says...

    Funny thing is, I pursued their license agreement and found that they had no consistency to their operations, store designs or product offerings. Even so, I still pursued further since one of the partners, Mike Hudson, was amenable to many changes in their agreement and granting independent freedoms to me as a licensee. However, the more his partner Jim Miller, who is referenced above, got involved in the negotiations and execution of the contract, the more shady the deal became. His high pressure approach without consideration or obedience to contract law and state/federal business law transactional proceedings quickly soured the deal. I pulled out before executing on the license agreement. I would highly warn anymore that as long as Jim Miller is part of Sweet Monkey’s partnership, that avoid entering any agreement with the organization.

    • Turtles says...

      I have previously worked at this company and you are correct. Jim Miller is not a very good person. Very manipulative and gets very angry when things go his way. To tell you the truth I have no idea how any of the stores continue to be open. Between the rude service and the store being empty 75 percent of the time.

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