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A Crumbl Cookies franchise is slated to open at Bayshore early next year.
Bayshore announced today that it has entered into a lease agreement with the brand, which is expected to open its gourmet cookie take-out and delivery business in February of 2022. The new location is slated for the South Bayshore entrance at the corner of Silver Spring Drive and N. Bayshore Drive.
Among Crumbl’s cookie offerings are flavors like Muddy Buddy, Funfetti, Snickerdoodle, Coconut Lime, Oatmeal Chocolate Chip, Pumpkin Pie, Rocky Road and more.
“Each week, our menu rotates to give customers four to five different specialty flavors to taste and enjoy,” said Wes Henrie, Franchise Owner, Crumbl Cookies, noting that the brand’s famous Milk Chocolate Chip cookie will be available on a daily basis.
Crumbl Cookies Bayshore will be the sixth Wisconsin location for the brand, which has shops in Delafield, Madison, Oak Creek, Pleasant Prairie and Sun Prairie. Crumble is the fastest growing gourmet cookie business in the nation, with more than 225 locations across 34 states and an additional 100 locations slated to open in the coming year.
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