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Totally Nutz® Franchisee Achieves Success in Texas

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Yvette Barker, Ed DuRoy, Matt Barker



A Totally Nutz franchisee, Ed DuRoy, from Texas, has had several great successes thus far in 2018. One of the most exciting is an opportunity that came out of a meeting with a potential concessionaire while pursuing a partnership at a sporting venue. The concessionaire mentioned to Ed a new construction project which was taking place in a neighboring town.

The farmers market project is a specialty lifestyle retail project with a primary focus on fresh food and farm fresh produce, as well as a variety of small vendors selling artisan products. It will be about 70,000 square feet of indoor facilities and 10,000 square feet of outdoor facilities. There will also be office buildings and apartments. The planned farmers market will be one of the largest permanent facilities in North Texas which has seen a growing interest in weekend food and produce sales.

The draw is not only expected to be from the local town but also from surrounding towns. This facility is next to the Toyota Stadium. Ed has reserved a spot and will be there every Thursday – Saturday. The estimated opening date is Summer of 2018.

Totally Nutz was founded in 1990 by Matt & Yvette Barker. They were looking for a business which gave them the freedom to spend time with their young children.

In 2014 the Barker’s sold their first franchise and it has been totally nutz since then. Totally Nutz is the perfect companion for cheering on your favorite team, walking the halls of a convention center or enjoying your favorite band in concert.

“So Good They’ll Drive You Crazy!”

To learn more about a Totally Nutz Franchise opportunity, visit TotallyNutzFranchise.com.

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