The candy store in Nolensville will be closing its doors at the end of July in order for the owners to give more focus to operating the Bruster’s Ice Cream location next to Publix.
The Sweet Spot was one of the first businesses to open in Nolensville’s Town Center and has been operating there for three years.
All products in the Sweet Spot (excluding Bruster’s Ice Cream) are now 25 percent off. The business plans to close its doors by July 31.
“This move will allow our family to devote full attention to our Bruster’s Real Ice Cream location in the Publix Shopping Center at the corner of Concord and Nolensville Road. While we will be gone from the Town Center, keep on the lookout for “The Big Red Truck” at local events and hopefully soon in Nolensville neighborhoods as we continue to work with the local authorities to allow us to operate the ice cream truck in the town limits,” said owner Jim Stoll in a Facebook post.More Nolensville News