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Krispy Kreme Coming to Havertown, Bringing Jobs with It

The new shop is holding a jobs fair from Feb. 18 through Feb. 28.

The following was submitted by Krispy Kreme.

Krispy Kreme Philadelphia isn’t just bringing America’s Favorite Doughnut to Havertown —it’s also bringing JOBS!

Krispy Kreme Philadelphia’s newest store in Delaware County will be holding an Open House Job Fair beginning on February 18, 2013 and will run through February 28, 2013. The job fair will be held on-site at the Llanerch Fire House - 107 West Chester Pike, Havertown Pa 19083 on Monday, Feb 18 from 11 AM – 4 PM, Tuesday Feb 19 from 9:30 AM – 4 PM and Thursday Feb 21 from 9:30 AM – 4 PM, with more dates the week of Feb 25 to be added shortly.

Krispy Kreme is looking for team members with winning attitudes and friendly faces to help them make and serve those famous HOT doughnuts in their new store in the Manoa Shopping Center, scheduled to open in early April.

Krispy Kreme is looking to hire over 20 employees for both part-time and full-time work. Available positions range from retail specialists, supervisors and managers.

Keith Morgan and Brian Zaslow, of Dough Nuts for Doughnuts, LLC, the exclusive franchisee and area developer, are two Philadelphia-raised cousins at the forefront of the brand’s comeback to the area.

“We’re thrilled to not only be bringing America’s Favorite Doughnuts back to our home stomping grounds,” said Keith Morgan, Chief Executive Officer of Dough Nuts for Doughnuts, LLC, “but to also be able to spread Krispy Kreme’s economic benefits to the community by providing jobs and careers in today’s economy.”

The new Krispy Kreme store located in the Manoa Shopping center at Eagle Road & Route 3, West Chester Pike in Havertown, PA.

For more information on employment positions, or to register to become a Krispy Kreme Insider to receive exclusive information and other offers, please visit Krispy Kreme Philadelphia online at www.krispykremephilly.com.

tom Pickard February 17, 2013 at 12:22 PM
Just what my waistline needs j
Hava Nigela February 17, 2013 at 02:31 PM
It would be nicer if we could attract some more mainstream businesses in Havertown looking to hire local talent that makes better use of their college degrees then these retail outlets hiring wouldn't be "news" . Don't fret people, next up will be the Rita's on WCP. I'm sure they will be adding some "great" jobs too!
Sam D February 18, 2013 at 09:50 PM
Hava: The types of properties where Krispy Kreme and Rita's will be located pretty much guarantee that the businesses that open there will be retailers. Would you rather they be vacant?? Instead of viewing the pie as only holding so many pieces, the reality is the size of the pie can grow. Just because low wage retail is coming to Havertown does not in any way prevent better paying jobs from coming. Let's get the vacant retail spaces filled AND seek ways to add more better paying jobs.
Sam D February 18, 2013 at 10:07 PM
Hava: As a follow up, the real estate where the former Pathmark was located on Lawrence Road just sold to a locally based real estate investment company. They would not have bought it unless they have some plans to fill it up. The new owner focuses on medical/office, retail, and student housing. My bet would be on med/office.
Hava Nigela February 19, 2013 at 02:04 PM
Sam D - C'mon dude, don't preach rhetoric! Donut shops, Head Shops, Water Ice stands, Nail Salons, Pizza Parlors.....did I sum up H'town Retail for you?, Nothing worthwhile. Pathmark is Broomall, does nothing for my tax dollars, but perhaps will help the under/unemp around the township.
Sam D February 19, 2013 at 03:18 PM
Hava: It's not rhetoric - I work in commercial real estate and I know very well what types of businesses are taking what types of space. So I'm curious, since you say retail in Havertown is "nothing worthwhile" - which I don't disagree with - what types of retail do you ideally see going into where the new Rita's will be opening, or on the retail block between Katz's and the Oakmont Pub? And as a follow up, how many of those types of retailers are actually expanding in this market? One thing I've learned is retailers have a heard mentality - first question I am often asked is who else is there. Which leads me to another question - do you honestly believe a White Dog Cafe would open in Havertown? Also, even though our demos and traffic counts are good, I believe we are hurt to a degree by our proximity to the Mainline when it comes to many quality retailers. Also, the facades of many of our retail buildings don't exactly scream "quality." As well, our parking stinks in many retail locations. Beyond all that, at the end of the day, many local landlord's are not necessarily super wealthy and can afford to hold out for their ideal tenant. In today's market, many/most just want to get the space filled and have a tenant to cover the mortgage. Regarding the Pathmark, I know very well it's in Broomall, my point in my head, which I didn't express clearly and you underplayed is JOBS.

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