Cookie Monster Visits the Smokies with Cookie Gifts
What would you do if you saw the Cookie Monster walking down the street?
If you were in Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, or Sevierville, Tennessee during the holiday season, you would have seen Classic Cookie's Cookie Monster walking around spreading some cheer.
Classic Cookie is based in Sevierville, the first town you hit going towards the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. To honor the surrounding area, the company decided to give back to local businesses for the holidays.
In early November, Classic Cookie launched two new soft baked 3oz cookies: Sugar Cookie and Snickerdoodle. Both were made available in time for the upcoming holiday season. The company decided to share these two flavors in their gifts to local businesses.
Here are some of the stops the Cookie Monster made to hand out cookie gifts.
MoonPie General Store and Warehouse (Pigeon Forge, TN)
At this location, Cookie Monster handed out a free 8-count box of cookies to everyone in the store during his visit. Shoppers were thrilled to have a fun, free gift while they were looking around the store.
Smoky Mountain Knife Works (Sevierville, TN)
Cookie Monster visited Smoky Mountain Knife Works where he gave gifts to some of the admin team. These employees work very hard in a store that has tens of thousands of products to manage and is one of the first, biggest attractions for visitors coming into the Smokies.