Australian Franchises

DRIVE THRU COFFEE FOR UPPER COOMERA

Written on the 16 August 2013 by Zarraffa's

DRIVE THRU COFFEE FOR UPPER COOMERAIn a bold expansion move, the award-winning Zarraffa’s Coffee Upper Coomera franchisees will today open their doors at a new drive thru store location.

The brother and sister franchise team of Bruce Fullerton and Elissa Hutton were thrilled to open their newly relocated Upper Coomera store today, after making the decision to close their traditional store site in favour of added convenience.

The store remains within the Coomera City Centre on Days Road Upper Coomera, having moved to a more accessible position to cater for its expanded drive thru operation.

“Due to the increasing trade in the area we felt a drive thru store would better service our local customers and their requirements for convenient coffee. The drive thru operation also means we are bigger, better and faster,” said Mr Fullerton.

“We are still in our original shopping centre where we started our business in 2007 and have the same knowledgeable staff and consistent product.”

The store was officially opened by local Federal MP for Forde, Mr Bert van Manen, with a ceremonial ribbon cutting, and was also credited with the new coffee machine named in tribute.
“I am honoured to have one of the coffee machines at the new store named after me.”

“With the Federal election in full swing I have to congratulate the owners on their decision to include the drive through as it makes it easier to grab my coffee on the go when I am campaigning in Upper Coomera.”

Zarraffa’s Coffee CEO, Kenton Campbell, said the team’s decision to expand operations was commendable and follows the company’s trend to build more convenience into everyday coffee.

“We are most importantly focused on product and service and now with the success of our drive thru model are able to support this with better access for our customer’s to their daily grind.”

The 2011 Zarraffa’s Coffee Franchisee of the Year Award recipients said their journey with the Australian-owned and operated company so far has been amazing.
“We feel lucky enough to have some remarkable staff members and equally amazing customers. We are proud of our product and what we stand for – excellent customer service,” said Mr Fullerton.

Both fans of the Piccolo Latte, Bruce and Elissa are ready for the evolution of their business, while still focusing on what counts.

“At the end of the day it’s about serving people their daily coffee. We always remember a name and their favourite beverage.”

The award winning Upper Coomera store will operate with new extended trading hours –5:00am – 10:00pm, seven days a week.

Zarraffa’s Coffee Upper Coomera is located at Shop D1, Coomera City Centre, Days Road, Upper Coomera.
                        
Opening hours:                Monday – Friday:            5:00am – 9:00pm      Weekends:                        6:00am – 9:00pm

 


Author: Zarraffa's

Latest Franchise News

FAMILY DRIVES COFFEE CONVENIENCE IN BRISBANE

Ralph Fioretti is a man on a mission; to bring Zarraffa’s-style drive thru coffee to Brisbane for the first time. ...Read more

KING IS THE NEW QUEEN

    More  Australians  are  buying  king  size  beds  than  at&nbs...Read more

Twice the Coffee for Major Gold Coast Arterial Road

In what may be considered a surprise move, franchisees Jimmy and Bernadette Williams will open the doors today to another Za...Read more

View more Franchise News

Expert Advice

What is the formula for franchise growth


In order to penetrate a market, rapid franchise unit growth is important. However few franchises appreciate the impact of...Read more

Six 'Cs' for international franchise expansion

With many franchises looking to expand their franchises internationally we thought it was time to revisit Asiawide Franchise...Read more

Event Apps and Exhibitor Portal Launched.

Event technology company, iVvy, is adding more valuable, inclusive features to its eventmanagement system; increasing productiv...Read more

View more Expert Advice
EmailRSSLinked InTwitterFacebookRSSLinked InTwitterFacebook