A three-unit agreement will bring new Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii stores to the Scottsdale-North Phoenix market, according to a press release shared with What Now Phoenix.
Owned by franchisees Don and Kate Johnson, the release shared the following quote on behalf of the duo: “With a wealth of experience in operational management and financial services, we couldn’t be more excited to join a team of highly qualified individuals who share our passion for this brand. We’ve been inspired by the support provided by the franchisor and are looking forward to growing a portfolio of 10+ stores in the future. Kate, a successful executive in the banking industry, and myself, a pilot, are ready to take flight into this new adventure, fueled by our belief in the growth and opportunity that the Bad Ass Coffee presents.” The pair also own and operate a portfolio of Jersey Mike’s locations in Southern California.
Started in 1989, the chain was is dedicated to sharing premium Hawaiian coffees “with a kick” from the Hawaiian Islands through 30 plus U.S. franchise locations so far.
Known for their popular blended drinks, teas, food, and other international premium coffees, menu offerings include the following: mana energy, bad ass lattes, hot classics, iced classics, cold brew, koffee kooler, lemonade, smoothies, bad ass tea, little ‘ohana, baked goods, breakfast, and lunch time.
This news was shared alongside information of a separate five-store deal, which What Now Phoenix also covered.