There are two delicious new reasons to visit the outlets in Gloucester Township: Cinnabon and Ginny's Cookies & Cream!

I swear I can smell that trademark Cinnabon icing from here, lol. 42 Freeway confirms that both Cinnabon and Ginny's have joined Gloucester Twp. Premium Outlets, off Route 42 in Blackwood, Camden County, and are now officially open!

Even better, they're both located in ONE store. They're combined in the space next to Auntie Anne's pretzels. How PERFECT is that? After a day of shopping for outlet deals till you drop, you can get some sugary sustenance to keep going!

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While Cinnabon is very well known, Ginny's Cookies & Cream is relatively new, with only one other location in South Jersey, according to 42freeway.com, inside Deptford Mall.

Never heard of Ginny's? They make delicious cookies and cookie cakes, as well as offering soft-serve ice cream, milkshakes, Whirlwinds, and smoothies, according to its official Facebook page.

42 Freeway points out that fans of the Beef Jerky Outlet that used to occupy the space where Cinnabon and Ginny's are going might freak thinking it closed down. But, never fear, Beef Jerky Outlet has just relocated near the Old Navy outlet store.

Now, go and get your 'Ginnabon' on!

Gloucester Twp. Premium Outlets are located at 100 Premium Outlet Drive, Blackwood, NJ.

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