Crumbl Cookies to Open New Location in Surprise

'Perfect' cookie coming to Marley Square Park.
Perfect Cookie Coming to Marley Square Park in Surprise, Arizona
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The history of Crumbl Cookies is short and sweet: two cousins and lots of sugar. In 2017, COO and Co-Founder Sawyer Hemsely teamed up with his cousin, Jason McGowan, with one goal: to make the world’s best chocolate chip cookie. Now, with locations all over the country, it’s safe to say they’ve done it.

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And here’s some good news for the Surprise community! Pretty soon, you’ll have to look no further than Marley Park Square to find that perfect cookie.

Crumbl Cookies will open a new location just off SW Waddell Road and Litchfield Road in Surprise. The franchise’s newest location will occupy a 2,493 SF lot; a space plenty big enough to bring you their chilled sugar and award-winning milk chocolate chip cookies, along with an impressive rotating menu of 120+ flavors. These sweet treats are baked fresh daily. You can even enjoy Crumbl Cream, the chain’s very own ice cream that comes in flavors like Hot Chocolate and Sea Salt Toffee.

According to Crumbl’s website, Hemsley and McGowan spent a few years developing their recipes by literally asking random passersby at gas stations and grocery stores which of two cookies they preferred. Crumbl cookies were born out of that direct relationship between customer and cookie, and the tradition continues today. In addition to over-the-counter cookie service, Crumbl offers delivery, curbside pickup, and nationwide shipping.

Be on the lookout for this new Crumbl Cookies location. Your morning commute might just get a little sweeter.

Eve Payne

Eve Payne

Eve Payne is a freelance writer with an MFA in poetry from Syracuse University. In 2019, she received the Leonard Brown Prize for her poetry, which has appeared or is forthcoming in Colorado Review, The Adroit Journal, Nashville Review, and RHINO.
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