Coffee shop franchisor Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii (Bad Ass Coffee) has signed two new agreements to expand its presence in Texas.

One of the two agreements involves opening a five-unit store in the North San Antonio market.

The second agreement has been signed with franchisee Brandon Lind to open three Bad Ass Coffee stores in Dallas-Fort Worth.

Following the latest signing, Lind is now engaged in selecting a new site for opening his first location.

The first Dallas-Fort Worth store is expected to open by spring (between March and May) 2024.

Lind said: “I was on hunt for a coffee brand that aligned with values I was seeking in a business, paired with a high-quality product I could be proud to serve and quite honestly was coming up short. That is until I discovered Bad Ass Coffee.”

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Set up in 1989, the Bad Ass Coffee franchise and brand is owned by Royal Aloha Franchise Company.

Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii currently has a total of 24 stores in development and 20 under discussion.

Earlier this month, Bad Ass Coffee opened a new store in Cypress, Texas.

It is now planning to open stores in the Texas cities of Little Elm and McKinney by the end of this year.

The brand aims to open 150 new locations over the next five years.

Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii CEO Scott Snyder said: “Texas continues to be a hot market for us.

 “We are growing with sophisticated players who see the immense value in diversifying their portfolios with an emerging coffee shop that has a distinct competitive advantage. More than 70% of our system is now comprised of multi-unit operators and we look forward to welcoming more growth-minded individuals to our ‘ohana.”