Founded in Soho, London, in April 2011, Bubbleology has since expanded to eight countries across Europe and the Middle East. Bubbleology patronsenjoy varieties of milk and fruit teas and create-your-own brews, with flavor options including matcha, almond, coconut, mango, white peach, strawberry, kiwi and more. "Bubbleology's take on a Taiwanese favorite has been a hit since we opened the first location in Soho, London in 2011," said Assad Khan, founder of Bubbleology. "There's a clear opportunity to build a presence for bubble tea in the U.S. market, and we intend to fill an existing void with the help of entrepreneurial-minded Bubbleology owners nationwide." Bubbleology is currently offering franchise opportunities for both in-line and kiosk locations, and single and multi store development. The Bubbleology initial franchise fee is $30,000, and interested franchisees must have $100k liquid assets and $300k net worth per store. For more information and full details on the Bubbleology franchise opportunity, visit http://bubbleologyusa.com/franchise . About Bubbleology: Bubbleology, a U.K.-based beverage leader specializing in authentic bubble tea, was founded in 2011 in the heart of trend-setting Soho, London. The company currently operates over 70 locations across Europe and the Middle East, in addition to key locations in Topshop's global flagship in Oxford Circus London and in Harvey Nichols Knightsbridge. The Bubbleology team is trained under renowned bubble tea masters in Taiwan, learning the exact science of making the beverage, which requires precise measurements and temperatures to create the trademark and authentic Bubbleology taste. Bubbleology offers a menu selection of 12 milk teas and 10 fruit teas, along with the option of custom-made flavor combinations for a personalized brew.visit this web-site
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Even as the X Games' schedule format changed this year, ditching the Summer/Winter biannual events in favor of a six-event global series, Los Angeles remained the favorite child as the tour's ultimate stop. That run comes to an end next year. The X Games will be leaving LA for Austin, Texas, where the world's top action sports stars will compete at the Circuit of the Americas, home to Formula One's newest state-of-the-art racetrack . It's worth noting that this weekend isn't necessarily the last time Los Angeles will host the X Games - the Austin contract is for four years and one AEG exec thinks the event will eventually return to its Southern California home - but the high-flying daredevils will be leaving for the foreseeable future. Why the move? Some have suggested the event had grown stale in LA and, as the X Games becomes a worldwide tour, it's hard to blame the series for trying to attract new audiences in different cities. Not to mention that, per Statista.com , attendance in Los Angeles, despite increasing slightly in each of the last few years, has been a fraction of what it used to be in the late 1990s when some 250,000 fans would show up for the weekend-long event. But before the X Games' longtime home gets to say its goodbye, one of action sports' oldest competitors will first get a chance to make history. Skateboarder Bucky Lasek has been riding since the late 1980s, and in December he turned 40 years old.
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