Like something you’d see Tim Allen munchin’ down on in the Disney film “The Santa Clause,” these cookies oughta fit right in at your holiday gatherings this year.
Cookie Plug, a cookie company that combines graffiti, street art, and hip-hop culture to manifest its own twist on cookies, is moving in at 446 N. Campbell Ave. It’s right there on the corner of Campbell Avenue and Sixth Street, next to Cheba Hut, and is the first of three locations.
“We stepped out of the kitchen and into the streets. There we were, inspired by graffiti and street art. Paired with hip-hop culture, the Cookie Plug brand was born. We then put a twist on cookies that have never been seen before. In less than three years, 25 locations are slangin’ dope cookies.”
Like the other locations around the country, the spot on Campbell, which is expected to open on Friday, December 16, will be decked out with street art-themed graffiti on the walls and music blasting to “create a vibe that is unmatched” — a fun atmosphere to enjoy their “fat stacks.”
Cookie Plug will offer more than 15 unique flavors like the very vibrant Purple Haze flavor, and all of their cookies are 100% kid-friendly (do not contain any cannabis, THC, or CBD). From the looks of it, they don’t regularly offer vegan cookies but they do have a few keto options on the menu.
In October 2022, Cookie Plug announced that Chief Development Officer, Chris Wyland, transitioned into the role of Chief Executive Officer for the fast-growing cookie concept based out of Southern California.
“It’s a great honor and privilege to take on this leadership opportunity as we set our sights on the future of the brand,” said Wyland, CEO of Cookie Plug.
Cookie Plug is located at 446 N. Campbell Ave. The other two Tucson locations haven’t been announced yet but stay tuned for details as they come out of the oven. For more information, visit cookieplug.com and follow Cookie Plug on Instagram.
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