Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt Store Opening on State Line Ave.


orange-leaf-product Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt, the fastest-growing frozen yogurt franchise in the country, is opening its newest store in Texarkana.

Store owners and local residents Janet and Stephen Bolls have planned to open the store to the public on Monday, August 11.

“We are excited to introduce this frozen yogurt shop to the Texarkana community,” said Janet. Bolls “Not only does Orange Leaf have amazing product, but it is all about giving back to the local community.”

Bolls said she can’t wait to get involved in the community and host fundraisers as well as provide catering events.

The store is located at 3910 N. State Line Avenue next to the Starbucks. Bolls said, “When we heard space was available next to the new Starbucks in town we thought an OrangeLeaf seemed like a perfect fit.”

Residents of Texarkana and surrounding areas are invited to the opening celebration. To find out more about the store and its flavor options please visit their website at

About Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt

Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt is a self-serve, choose-your-own-toppings frozen dessert franchise with more than 300 locations in the U.S. and Australia. Orange Leaf offers a multitude of delicious traditional and original flavors, including no-sugar-added, gluten-free, dairy-free and vegan alternatives. In 2013, Orange Leaf was ranked as the Fastest Growing Frozen Yogurt Chain based on network sales by IBISWorld; one of the fastest-growing, limited service chains by Technomic; and, one of the top three new franchises by EntrepreneurOrange Leaf’s pro-franchisee culture offers some of the lowest fees in the industry and encourages owners to become a part of their communities. Customized with a generous selection of do-it-yourself toppings, Orange Leaf provides an innocent indulgence, “self-served” in a stimulating atmosphere. For more information, visit the company’s website, “like” Orange Leaf Yogurt on Facebook, or follow on TwitterInstagram or Pinterest.

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