(RestaurantNews.com) Passengers traveling through Dallas Ft Worth International (DFW) Airport Terminal E (Gate 13) can now cool off with a Camille’s frozen treat.
This is Camille’s first airport location operated by Franchisee, Odeh-Mickens DFW Concessions. Now, potential franchisees can conveniently fly in from around the world to experience Camille’s quality handmade products.
“We make ice cream, yogurt and sorbet bars, daily in the store by our own Ice Cream Chef. Passengers are always in a hurry and the Camille’s system allows us to deliver their customized creation in 30 seconds. Travel can sometimes be stressful. Well, “stressed” spelled backwards is “desserts.” With Camille’s speed of service and variety of delicious options we can make your next trip to the airport… fun! So, whether on a business trip with deadlines in mind, or, taking that well deserved family vacation, our Ice Cream Artists will help customers find their smiles in the height of all their traveling pressures,” says Anita Sears, Director of Non-Traditional Development.
Other menu items for that “on-the-go” convenience are freshly made salads, sandwiches, parfaits, coffee and roasted nuts.
About Camille’s Ice Cream Bars (Austin, Texas)
Camille’s is known for its fresh ingredients and funky, colorful atmosphere. The Camille’s experience involves choosing a freshly-made ice cream, yogurt or blended fruit bar. The bar is then dipped in the guest’s choice of coating and dressed in their favorite toppings.
Camille’s Ice Cream Bars is a franchise sought after by business-savvy investors, food service operators and entrepreneurs who value adaptability, a positive work environment and the ability to make guests smile with a simple and fun experience. As a relatively low-cost franchise, Camille’s Ice Cream Bars are perfect for proven entertainment, shopping and transportation venues. For more information about Camille’s Ice Cream Bars, visit www.camillesicecream.com. To learn more about franchising opportunities visit www.camillesicecream.com/franchising.