Friday, February 6, 2009

Insomnia Cookies Waking Up Temple University

If you're a student at Temple University, and you can't sleep, head on out for an Insomnia Cookie. What are they? Here's the deal from The Daily Pennsylvanian:

Although many Temple University students may not have insomnia, but beginning next week they will have Insomnia Cookies.

The popular cookie company - started at Penn in 2003 - will open a vending truck at Temple University, a goal the company has pursued since its beginning, said founder, CEO and Penn alumnus Seth Berkowitz.

He said the truck - purple with the company's logo - will be located in the center of Temple's campus and will offer its typical late-night menu of cookies, brownies and beverages.

Although Berkowitz began by baking for his friends, his cookie conception developed into a national corporation that provides college students with a late-night snacking option. The company now boasts 10 store locations, 18 delivery locations - including Penn - and six trucks. Temple University will mark the seventh truck location.

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