Crumbl Cookies North Brunswick will open Friday, October 14, with a grand opening ribbon cutting by the Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce on Saturday, October 15, at 10 am.
Three students from North Brunswick Township High School are managing the grand opening event. Lavanya More, Anne Chedid, and Anika Kalawadia—officers in NBTHS’s DECA club—intend to enter a write up about their experience as project managers in DECA’s nation-wide annual contest.
“We love the Crumbl Cookies brand,” said Anika Kalawadia, NBTHS junior, “and are thrilled to be helping Crumbl get started in our town. We have many events lined up for Saturday and are hoping for a great turnout.”
“As the daughter of an entrepreneur,” said Anne Chedid, “I understand to some extent the pain points many business owners face. But first-hand knowledge working directly with the Crumbl owner for this project has been eye-opening and invaluable. I love it.”
The DECA club prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe.
Crumbl Cookies was founded in 2017 and is the fastest growing gourmet cookie franchise in the country, with over 500 bakeries nationwide.
For more information about NBTHS’s DECA program, contact Laura Pendleton, email@example.com. To learn more about Crumbl Cookies North Brunswick, contact Eileen Voyles, firstname.lastname@example.org