Two Sevier County Krispy Kreme stores closed in Pigeon Forge

Two Sevier County Krispy Kreme stores closed in Pigeon Forge

Two Krispy Kreme doughnut shops in Sevier County have closed their doors.

The two franchised Krispy Kreme shops located in Sevierville and Pigeon Forge are no longer open for business. It is unclear at the time if the stores will eventually reopen or if they are closed permanently.

There are four Krispy Kreme locations in East Tennessee in operation following the closures: Two in Knoxville, one in Johnson City, and one in Kingsport.

In December 2018, Krispy Kreme opened a location near the University of Tennessee campus that was the first in the nation to serve ice cream alongside the traditional doughnut offerings. It has since closed.

So Why Did Krispy Kreme Close in Pigeon Forge?

It’s currently unclear why the Krispy Kreme location in Pigeon Forge closed. We have not seen a comment as to why. However, they are hopeful that they can reopen.

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