Your Favorite Cookie Shop Is Now Open In Temple, Texas
Who wants to get cookie wasted? Crumbl Cookies is now open in Temple, Texas. They are hosting their grand opening today from 8am - 12am. It's going to be an all day and night party. Who’s meeting me there? Seriously. I drove by earlier, and realized I haven't even tried the cult favorite cookie shop. Whenever I pass by the Harker Heights location, there is always a line.
It's nice to know that I can leave the studio for a sweet fix any time of the day. What I heard and love, is that they are looking forward to serving up the Temple community with the cookies that crumble in yo' mouth. What I think is even sweeter, is that they are locally owned and operated and the owners are serving up employment opportunities as well. They are providing more than 60 career opportunities right here in Temple. Who needs a job?
There's A Whole System To This People
Cookie flavors rotate on a weekly basis. Wait, they have a cornbread cookie? Ok, now I have to go try them. New flavors drop weekly on Sundays at 7pm CST on all of the socials ok? They will be open from 8pm to 10pm weekdays, and 8am to 12am on Fridays and Saturdays. Closed on Sunday (in my Kanye voice ha).
Time To Go Get Me A Pink Box
I have heard so much about this place and have yet to try them. Well today will be the day. Who knows, maybe Crumbl and K-Lew can be partners. Maybe a cookie named after me? Ok, the ideas are flowing, lol. Now, if you plan to go check them out, the grand opening week menu will contain 6 of the 200+ weekly rotating flavors including Crumbl's award-winning Milk Chocolate Chip. Woop woop.
Time To Celebrate
Stop by 6768 W Adams Ave, Temple, TX 76502 to celebrate. Visit them online here. Download their app too to get in on their rewards program to earn your favorite cookies. Oh, and download our free app. Tap the chat button. Send me your pink-box-pics and I will post them on our Facebook Page. K-Lew out!
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