Tiff’s Treats opened a new location March 9 in Cool Springs at 4031 Aspen Grove Drive, Franklin, according to a social media post from the company. The company sells cookies made from scratch, and the new Franklin store will be its 59th location. To celebrate the new opening, the store will host a charity event benefiting Best Buddies Tennessee and will sell cookies by the dozen for $5 on March 14. 629-216-4400. www.cookiedelivery.com
Tiff's Treats opens in Cool Springs
Tiff's Treats opened its Franklin location March 9. (Courtesy Tiff's Treats)
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