Crumbl Makes Sweet Addition To South Main

Editor’s note: This article has been edited to reflect Jamie Longville’s status as sole owner of Crumbl and to remove an inaccurate reference to his connection to the Triad area.

A popular bakery with hundreds of locations in dozens of states celebrated the grand opening of a shop in Kernersville this week.

Crumbl Cookies hosted a ribbon-cutting event Thursday morning ahead of its long-awaited official launch on Friday at 1011 South Main St.

According to a statement provided to Scope News by owner Jamie Longville, the location is expected to create 50 new jobs for the city while satisfying almost anyone’s sweet tooth. With more than 200 flavors rotating through its menu, there will be a cookie to suit all sorts of tastes — from traditional chocolate chip to more adventurous options like cornbread or buttermilk.

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Longville has been working with his wife, Veronica, to open the location in Kernersville since 2021.

“As local business owners, we are looking forward to sharing delicious cookies with our neighbors,” the couple said.

Crumbl will be open on weekdays from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. and will stay open until midnight on Fridays and Saturdays. The store is closed on Sundays.


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