New Krispy Kreme Outlet In Dublin Suburb Of Swords Opens Thursday November 25 At 8am
The new Krispy Kreme outlet in the Dublin suburb of Swords will open on Thursday November 25 at 8am.
Krispy Kreme stated, "The wait is nearly over! Krispy Kreme fans will be able to enjoy the brand’s made fresh daily doughnuts, at its new store at Swords Pavilions next Thursday (25th November) from 8:00am. To celebrate opening day, the first 100 customers will receive money can’t buy, Krispy Kreme merchandise and special spot prizes.
"Speaking about the opening, Declan Foley, Krispy Kreme Country Manager for Ireland says, 'Anticipation in Swords has been building over the last few weeks and we can’t wait to unveil our spectacular new store to the people of Swords and beyond! Our No.1 Krispy Kreme fan Becky Russell from Lusk will officially cut the ribbon on opening morning.'
"With just six days to go, the new stand-alone store promises to bring the fresh, hand-checked, decorated doughnuts that Krispy Kreme is famous for! Made fresh each day, you can enjoy an irresistible melt in your mouth Krispy Kreme doughnut! Customers at Swords Pavilions can expect lots of flavours to choose from including the universally loved Original Glazed ®, Chocolate Sprinkles, Lotus Biscoff, Chocolate Dreamcake, Glazed Raspberry and Nutty Chocolatta. They will also get to try the latest limited-edition ranges which have been a huge hit with Irish fans including their latest seasonal favourites Billionaires Cheesecake and Black Forest.
"Krispy Kreme's aim is to ensure evolving customer needs are met and they are always offered the best experience possible, any place and anytime. Whether you buy your Krispy Kreme doughnuts from a Krispy Kreme store, Tesco or Circle K cabinet or on Click and Collect via the Krispy Kreme website, doughnuts are always made fresh daily!"
Krispy Kreme added, "The new store located in the former KFC unit, beside Elverys Sports and Penneys."
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