WESLACO, Texas (ValleyCentral) — The City of Weslaco announced Thursday the newest addition to the Weslaco cookie scene, Crumbl Cookies.
Opening this fall, Crumbl Cookies is a family-owned cookie business.
The new business in Weslaco is expected to create 65 part-time jobs on opening day, between 8 to 10 full-time and two store management positions, according to a release.
The owners of the franchise are looking forward to their opening date.
“We are excited to have the opportunity to bring Crumbl cookies to Weslaco,” said franchise owner Jose “Joey” Figueroa in the release. “The RGV community has shown its love for our amazing cookies and we are forever grateful.”
Originally starting as a crazy idea by two cousins in Utah dedicated to take their ‘perfect cookie quest’ to the people, according to the Crumbl website.
Famously served in a pink box, Crumbl cookie stands out from other cookie competitors with its weekly rotating menu.
As the fastest growing cookie company, the brand focuses on developing unique and delicious cookies inspired by popular flavors of desserts and treats such as candies, pies, etc.
New flavors are added frequently, in addition to current recipes being improved and updated.
There is also a location in McAllen.
The new location is expected to open in late November.