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Mr. Yogato’s Owner Wants to Sell His Frozen Yogurt Shop for $1

Plus, EatWell’s SoulCycle-obsessed marketing director on how she fits in working out

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The owner of Dupont Circle frozen yogurt shop Mr. Yogato wants to move on and plans to close the shop in October, according to the Washington City Paper. He’s looking for another frozen yogurt/trivia fan for a succession plan. Here’s his Facebook post from yesterday: “After ten glorious years, Mr. Yogato will be retiring in October. Although he is sad, he is looking for the next “Charlie Bucket” to continue the legacy of scrumptious frozen yogurt and irritating trivia. Mr. Yogato loves this store and, because he really wants to see it live on, he will sell it to a worthy yogurt enthusiast for $1. Email if interested!”


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