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Cookie Monster brings Crumbl to Newnan

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A growing cookie franchise will open one of their newest locations in Newnan.  Crumbl, a cookie shop based in Utah, is opening a new location in the Publix-anchored Coweta Crossroads shopping center at 100 Glenda Trace.  According to signage an observant The City Menus reader spotted earlier this week, the new shop is opening in the vacant space to the right of Publix.  

Crumbl features a weekly rotating variety of cookies as well as assorted flavors of ice cream aka “Crumbl Cream.” 

Crumbl was started by cousins and business partners Jason McGowan and Sawyer Hemsley in Logan, Utah, in 2017.  The original Crumbl was located in a converted former Domino’s Pizza not far from Utah State University.  The duo started franchising in 2018 and today have nearly 250 locations open, with dozens more coming soon.  

The company entered the greater Atlanta market in 2020 with an Alpharetta location and has since opened additional units in Cumming, Kennesaw, and Marietta.  According to Tomorrow’s News Today (ToNeTo) Atlanta, other new Crumbl locations are planned for Lawrenceville and Brookhaven.  

All Crumbl locations are open six days a week and closed on Sunday. 

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