Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Krispy Kreme Hot Light to shine soon

I received this press release and thought you might be interested.

KRISPY KREME HOT LIGHT TO SHINE IN SMYRNA
Public Invited to Celebrate Grand Opening and Ribbon-Cutting of New Store on Thursday, April 9

SMYRNA, Tenn. – Fresh, hot doughnut fans save the date: the Krispy Kreme Hot Light will soon beam bright in Smyrna with the opening of the newest Krispy Kreme Doughnut Factory and Kremery, located at 434 Sam Ridley Parkway on Thursday, April 9.

The store will open for business at 6 a.m. and you’d better arrive early: the first customer to walk through the door will receive a free dozen Original Glazed® doughnuts every week for a year; the next 11 customers will receive a free dozen Original Glazed doughnuts every month for a year; and the first 100 customers will receive an official Krispy Kreme Smyrna T-shirt.

Customers at the new Smyrna store will enjoy Krispy Kreme’s unique offerings, including its one-of-a-kind doughnut varieties; signature coffees and espresso drinks; and Krispy Kreme Chillers® and iced beverages. The new Smyrna location will be the first store in the Nashville area to offer Krispy Kreme’s brand new Kool Kreme® soft serve menu of traditional cones, shakes and specialty doughnut sundaes, all paired with a toppings bar.
It is nice to see a new business in town.

3 comments:

David The Good said...

My goodness. I can't imagine eating a box a week.

A box a year - maybe. A week? I'd be a diabetic by Independence Day.

By the way - Espresso Joe's is dead. Was that our last independent coffee house?

Gunner said...

I think so. I noticed 3 or 4 days ago it was dead and empty. I'll have to see, but it looks like Smyrna is now a franchise zone of death.

David The Good said...

I think you're right. But it's okay - the franchises will die too as the economy crumbles. Then we'll just be left with hollow store fronts and weeds coming up through the asphalt. And no one will care about prohibiting chickens anymore.

Hmm... maybe that's not as positive as I'd like...