What can happen when the internet goes out
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It’s midnight on a Thursday evening. Past curfew. Past dining hall hours.
There are no snacks in the dorm – no hope of getting food until the next morning.
On Aug. 31, Curfew Cookies was born when two Liberty sophomores, J.D. Houston and Stephen Edsall, came up with an idea to start their own business. After losing power in a storm, their minds went to work looking for ways to stay productive, and beginning a cookie delivery service was the perfect solution. Just two days later, Evan Messenheimer and Nathan Gould joined the team, working hard baking and delivering cookies.
“The goal at first was to make some extra money as an after-school hobby,” Messenheimer said. “But it unexpectedly grew in popularity, both in-person and on our Instagram.”
Curfew Cookies is currently open six days a week (Monday-Saturday), delivering cookies to residential and off-campus Liberty students from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. The price is $0.50 a cookie, with a delivery fee of $1.50.
The team at Curfew Cookies is also focused on ways they can give back to the community, as they just finished a week-long fundraising event for Hurricane Dorian, giving all of their profit to Samaritan’s Purse relief efforts.
We strive to please our customers with excellence in product quality, price and delivery.
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