Thursday, March 23, 2017
The Krispy Kreme crew of Victorville prepare for their grand opening event (Gabriel D. Espinoza, Victor Valley News)

Krispy Kreme Opens December 20th with Giveaways

VICTORVILLE, Calif. (VVNG) Krispy Kreme will give away doughnuts for a year to the first

Victorville store manager Kathy Hunt at their soon to open Victorville location.(Hugo C. Valdez, Victor Valley News)
Victorville store manager Kathy Hunt at their soon to open Victorville location.(Hugo C. Valdez, Victor Valley News)

50 customers who visit the new store on grand opening day.

Over 30 employees were at the donut shop getting ready for the big debut on December 20th, 2016. The grand opening celebration begins at 5:30 a.m Tuesday, just five days before Christmas.

The first customer will receive a punch card for one free dozen glazed doughnuts each week for a year, while the next 49 guests will receive a punch card for one free dozen glazed doughnuts each month for a year. The first 100 visitors will get a Krispy Kreme T-shirt.

The company’s Facebook events page originally had an opening date of December 13th listed. However, it has since been updated to reflect the change.

“The store will staff 70 employees to ensure superior service to what is expected to be a busy location,” store manager Kathy Hunt told Victor Valley News on Wednesday.

The donut shop is on the southeast corner of Roy Rogers Drive and Civic Drive, between Panda Express and the In-N-Out Restaurant in the Desert Oasis center.  The official address is 15280 Civic Drive, Victorville, CA 92392.

Line registration for prizes will start at 3 p.m. a day earlier as many are expected to camp out.

The Victorville chain said registrants must be at least 10 years old and stay in line until the shop opens to claim their prize. Drive-thru customers will be excluded from giveaways.

You may visit the company website for official Grand Opening Rules and Regulations.

 

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By Gabriel D. Espinoza

Gabriel has lived in Victor Valley for nearly 15 years. He co-founded Victor Valley News, and has a background as a financial advisor and relationship banker. When he is not working the numbers, he enjoys getting out and meeting the community and delivering news worthy information.