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Original Jerry’s Sno Cones location closes

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The original Jerry’s Sno Cones and Burger Shack on Wells Station Road has officially closed its doors after more than 55 years in business.

Jerry’s Sno Cones owner David Acklin released a statement Wednesday regarding the closing.

“It is with heavy hearts that my daughter and I have closed only the original Jerry’s location in Berclair/Nutbush. Our Cordoba branch is open. We would like to thank the Berclair/Nutbush neighborhood for hosting Jerry’s Snow Cones for the past 55 years!

What a beautiful and crazy adventure it was! Come create memories at Jerry’s Cordova! The little place with big taste! We are grateful for past memories and look forward to new family memories at our Cordoba location!

Acklin also mentioned that there would be a vote for a new location soon. Their other location at 1601 Bonnie Lane in Cordova remains open.

Jerry’s is known for its “Supreme”, a snow cone topped with ice cream. The restaurant offers nearly 75 flavors of snow cones and also offers burgers, pretzels and funnel cakes.

According to Jerry’s website, the Wells Station location was originally a Sinclair gas station, until a couple in the late 1960s purchased it and converted it into a car wash and snow cone stand, naming it Jerry’s Sno Cones.

The neighborhood location began to gain fame when it was used as a set in the 1989 film “Great Balls of Fire.”

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