Krispy Kreme opens new Manchester Arndale store with big doughnut giveaway
The popular sweet treat chain is relocating to a new unit within the centre on the upper floor.
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Krispy Kreme is moving into new premises in Manchester’s Arndale Centre and giving away free doughnuts on its opening day to mark the occasion.
The popular sweet treat chain are relocating to a new unit within the centre on the Arndale’s upper floor and the first customer through the doors on the opening day - Friday 14 April - will win a year’s supply of doughnuts - while the next 12 will get a free goodie bag. Queuing starts at 9am.
The doughnut store is also creating a unique Manchester bee doughnut which will be priced at £2.95. The bee doughnut will only initially be available for the opening three days before being rolled out to other Manchester locations for three weeks.
Currently, there are already stores located at Picadilly station, Trafford Retail Park and the Trafford Centre.
The new premises in the Arndale will be open daily, Monday to Friday - 9am till 8pm, on Saturdays from 9am till 7pm and on Sundays from 11:30 till 5:30pm. There will also be a click and collect service in-store for those who want to preorder and avoid queues.
Krispy Kreme was established in 1937 in North Carolina, USA, and the sweet treats were sold in grocery stores after founder Vernon Rudolph cut a hole in the wall to serve commuters on the go.
Krispy Kreme first came to the UK in 2003 and now has 120 retail shops,plus 1,280 concesssions in supermarkets and service stations.