NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Christie Cookie’s Germantown storefront has reopened after being damaged in the March tornado. And not a minute too soon because the store will be open for National Cookie Day.
On Friday, every customer will receive a free cookie with purchase.
But the company used significant damage as an opportunity to redesign the retail space. It's now nearly double in size and is modeled after the 12 South location.
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As people come back to Christie Cookies, Coco hopes they support the businesses around them too.
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“We’re excited to resume business right before the holiday season,” said President Fleming Wilt in a press release. “It’s time to spread cheer in our beloved Germantown. The expanded bakery is full of everyone’s favorite cookies and other treats in our expanded bakery shop.”
Christie Cookie also celebrated the launch of a redesigned website. It includes new ordering capabilities around the clock, including a new custom tin program. Customers may design a tin of 12 or 18 cookies by using a submitted image.
The bakery follows all recommended current safety protocols including frequent sanitizing, socially distanced floor markers, and capacity limits. All guests must wear a mask while in the store. If a customer would like to receive their order curbside, they may do so by calling 615-627-2178.