Braum’s Grand Re-Opening for Perry Store | Braum's

Braum’s Grand Re-Opening for Perry Store

Perry, OK—It’s been six months since crews tore down the old Braum’s in Perry, but construction on the new store at 2612 Fir Street is finally drawing to a close. The store will open its doors to the public on Monday, February 26th, 2018 at 6:00 a.m.

The new store on Fir Street will host a Grand Opening celebration starting Monday, March 5th and it will run through Sunday, March 11th. During the week, scratch to win cards will be given out for a chance to win a FREE HD TV, gaming console, laptop computer, as well as free Braum’s food and merchandise.  Customers must go inside to receive the scratch to win cards. Supplies are limited and will only be given out while supplies last. On Saturday, March 10th free kid cones will be handed out from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. inside the store (Kids must be fifteen (15) or under and accompanied by a parent. Offer not available through the drive-thru).

There will also be a Chamber Ribbon Cutting Ceremony that will take place at 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, March 8th.

The new location features a very sleek and modern design with nearly 6,000 square feet, double drive-through windows and seating for about 80 guests.

“The new layout and design brings a fresh feel to the stores and we are excited to be able to have a brand new store for the city of Perry,” said Drew Braum, President and CEO of the company.

The new location brings the total Braum’s stores in operation to 279. All stores are located in a five-state area: Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas, Missouri and Arkansas.

Braum’s features an old-fashioned ice cream fountain along with a grill area for breakfast, lunch and dinner. This new store also has a large Fresh Market area with more than 100 fresh meats, fruits, vegetables and fresh-from-the-farm dairy products.

About Braum’s

Bill and Mary Braum opened their first Braum’s store in 1968. The company is still family owned and operated. In Oklahoma alone, there are 128 stores. For more information about Braum’s, go to