Gibbs Sweet Station in New Boston announces closure

Gibbs Sweet Station, 37337 Huron River Drive, has closed its doors for business as of April 5. The owner has decided to retire, and it has not been publicly announced what will open at the location in the future. (Photo: Gibbs Sweet Station)

By Scott Bolthouse | The Huron Hub |

Published April 7, 2019 — 4:00 p.m. EST

A New Boston staple announced Friday that they will no longer be in business.

Gibbs Sweet Station located in downtown New Boston told customers on Facebook that they will no longer be slinging their favorite sweet treats.

“Spring is here, and usually that means counting down the days until the air smells sweet with fresh cones but now that means something new. We will not be opening this year,” the business said in a Facebook post.

“Mrs. Gibbs will be starting a new season in her life and is ready to enjoy retirement. We want to thank you for the loyalty, love and laughter over the years. It’s been an amazing experience, one that our family will cherish forever and remember fondly.”

The post received hundreds of responses — some sad, some hopeful and congratulatory, towards the owner, Mrs. Gibbs.

“Thank you. I’ve been a customer literally my whole life,” one commenter said.

Another said: “Congratulations on your retirement. Will sure miss you and the delicious ice cream & the waffle cone.”

View the Facebook post here



1 thought on “Gibbs Sweet Station in New Boston announces closure

  1. TP Byars

    Soooo Sad To hear this….We have been waiting for over a year for the return of Gibbs to open… Sorry to hear that it will not happen. From all of us at (*GWRRA) H2 Downriver Wings enjoy your retirement, you will be greatly missed.



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