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Tewksbury Orange Leaf Will Be Closing Permanently

Sep 06, 2016 01:00PM ● By Bill Gilman
The owners of the Tewksbury Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt franchise have announced they will be closing the store permanently.
The store's final day of operation will be be Sunday, Sept. 11.
Employees were informed of the decision Tuesday morning.
Don Coffin, Gerry Goodwin and Ken Mackey opened the Tewksbury franchise in 2012 to an enthusiastic response from local frozen yogurt fans. Mackey opened a second franchise, in Acton, in 2013.
In a statement, Mackey cited steadily decreasing sales over the past two years as the reason for closing the Tewksbury location.
Here is the statement, in its entirety:
"With much regret we would like to let our customers know that Orange Leaf Tewksbury will be closing its doors. The last day of business will be Sunday September 11th. Due to the increased cost of labor and declining sales we have made the difficult decision to close. We would like to thank our customers for their patronage as well as our outstanding employees. It has been a great four years and we have enjoyed being part of the Tewksbury business community. All Orange Leaf gift cards can be redeemed at any Orange Leaf location." 

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