Krispy Kreme tells Minnesota college student to stop reselling donuts
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Krispy Kreme tells Minnesota college student to stop reselling donuts

Jayson Gonzalez from Champlin, Minnesota drives 270 miles to a Krispy Kreme store in Iowa and then drives back to deliver donuts to customers in Minneapolis-St. Paul.

This photo taken Friday, Aug. 11, 2017, shows Krispy Kreme Doughnuts sign in Miami. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)

VIA AP:

Krispy Kreme has told a 21-year-old student named Jayson Gonzalez to stop reselling its doughnuts in his hometown.

Gonzalez drove 270 miles each weekend to buy hundreds of doughnuts from a Krispy Kreme store in Iowa and bring these back to sell in hometown in Minnesota.

There hasn’t been a Krispy Kreme store in Minnesota in 11 years. Gonzalez would buy up to 100 boxes of 12 doughnuts each at full price and sell these for $17 to $20 a box.”

He told his followers on Thursday that he had been told he had to shut down operations.

“Life happens,” Gonzalez posted, adding that it could be a sign something else was “meant to be.”

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