Sunday 20 June 2021

Sub Zero Ice Cream Franchises Are Coming to Latin America

Sub Zero Ice Cream & Yogurt: Liquid nitrogen converts the ingredients into ice cream
Sub Zero Ice Cream & Yogurt: Liquid nitrogen converts the ingredients into ice cream

QCOSTARICA (Press Release) –  Sub Zero Latin America is opening our flagship store in Costa Rica. The store will be located in the City Mall in Alajuela, Costa Rica.

City Mall, on track to open in November 2015 and is located next to the Juan Santamaria International Airport, will be the largest shopping center in Costa Rica ever built in a single phase.

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“We are very excited to be granted space in the sold out New City Mall for our first Sub Zero Ice Cream Store in Costa Rica and Latin America”, said Timothy Morales CEO of Bernard Trade Group, international franchisor for Latin America.

“Many of the new Sub Zero Franchises in the United States are breaking sales records, but I think that our City Mall store will soon be one of the top producing stores in the Sub Zero franchise system. Sub Zero Ice Cream and Yogurt is bringing a new way to make ice cream to Costa Rica and Latin America. Ice cream and shopping are two big passions for Tico’s, so were confident that Sub Zero Ice Cream will be a stop for
everyone visiting City Mall,” said Morales.

Bernard Trade Group is the Latin America Franchisor of the Sub Zero Ice Cream and Yogurt brand. Sub Zero Ice Cream has over 43 locations opened in the USA and internationally. For more information on Sub Zero Ice Cream and Yogurt in Costa Rica and Latin America, please visit
www.subzerolatinamerica.com

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