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Crumbl Cookies franchise owners and their family, as well as local officials, cut the ribbon to the new Marysville location on March 24. From left, Kathy McDonald, co-owner Matt McDonald, Ruth McDonald, co-owner Kylie McDonald, Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring, Marysville City Council president Kamille Norton, Council member Mark James and Jaxson McDonald.

 

Crumbl Cookies is a new cookie and ice cream business in Marysville that can deliver fresh treats to your door.

The new Marysville location opened on March 24 at 2701 171st Pl. NE, #203.

The business sells cookies, ice cream, milk and water, and has new specialty flavors available frequently.

“We rotate through specialty flavors that we have each week,” said Kylie McDonald, co-owner of the Marysville franchise location.

“I think what sets us apart is that we always have something new is that there’s always something new,” said McDonald, who added people tend to return a lot to try the new flavors.

The business offers pick-up and delivery options.

“You can come pick up your cookies inside the store, get them brought out to you curbside or if you live in a five-mile radius of the store we will deliver to you as well,” said McDonald.

The curbside pickup option will likely remain even after the coronavirus pandemic is over, said McDonald.

“We started doing that because of the pandemic, but I think it is here to stay,” she said.

Families enjoy coming out to the business location still though, she said, especially as they have an open kitchen where visitors can see the baking process.

“When you come in you can see our staff actually making the cookies,” said McDonald. “This is a fun experience to bring your family or as a good gift."

Crumbl Cookies is a national franchise that was founded in 2017. They have locations all across the nation and the Marysville location is the third in Washington state.

“I went to college in Utah and was actually friends with the co-founder,” said McDonald.

McDonald said she worked for the corporation training new franchisees before going out to start her own store in Marysville.

She is starting the location with her father, who used to live in Washington state.

“It has been amazing so far. The community has really come out and supported us. We’ve been slammed a lot of the time,” said McDonald, although she said customers have still been patient while they are dealing with their busy periods.

She said she is new to the Marysville area and is enjoying it so far.

“I love it here,” she said.

The Marysville Crumbl Cookies location is open from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 8 a.m. to midnight Friday through Saturday and is closed on Sundays.

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