Crumbl Cookies' grand opening celebrated with ribbon cutting at Ridge

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ROCHESTER - The Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting on Friday to celebrate the grand opening of Crumbl Cookies at The Ridge Marketplace.

Located at 150 Marketplace Boulevard, Crumbl Cookies is a gourmet cookie bakery. Owners Ben and Anna Stice have a location in Newington and are pleased to open a second location in Rochester. Ben and Anna Stice are originally from Utah, where Crumbl Cookies began.

"It began as a small family business started by Jason McGowan and Sawyer Hemsley," said Ben. Now there are locations nationwide.

Their gourmet cookies are made fresh each day. Cookie flavors vary each week and are announced by Crumbl on Sunday evenings. Hours at Crumbl Cookies are 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 8 a.m. to midnight on Fridays and Saturdays.

For more information, contact Crumbl Cookies Rochester at 603-403-3991 or visit

Photo caption: Many were on hand for the ribbon cutting with owners Ben and Anna Stice and their children cutting the ribbon along with shop employees. Also appearing in the photo are: Rochester Mayor Paul Callaghan, State Senator James Gray, Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce President Laura Ring and Events/Office Manager Tanya Hervey, Rochester Economic Development representatives Michael Scala and Jennifer Marsh, Rochester Police Chief Gary Boudreau, Rochester Plumbing & Health Inspector Bob Veno, Chamber of Commerce board members including Chair of the Board Kerrie Landry of COGEBI, Janet Oliver of Unitil, Sharla Rollins of First Seacoast Bank, Amy Brown of Yankee Electric & Co., David Stevens of Hourihane Cormier & Associates, Alan Johnson of Breezeline, Lauren Jerr of Spaulding High School, Kendall Spewock of Admiral Property, and Caitlyn Turgeon of HBL Insurance. Also, attending were Harrison Thorp of The Rochester Voice, Mary Henderson of Bank of New Hampshire, Karin Best of Sole City Dance, and Mandy Barstow.

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