You’re in luck.
A store owner from Texas has announced plans to sell its iconic low-price Donut Shop at Lowe’s in 2018.
The company confirmed the news in a statement to CNBC.
The Kwik shop is one of the few remaining remaining low-priced Donuts in the country, a franchise of the original Kwik Donuts chain, according to The Associated Press.
Lowe’s announced plans in June to open a new low-cost Donut location in the Dallas area.
The chain’s original Donut Store opened in the Houston suburb of Richardson in 1996.
The store was sold to Home Depot in 2014.
The new Lowe’s store will be located on the corner of Main Street and Main Street in Richardson.
The brand’s website says it’s about “giving people a place to go and have a great time.”
The announcement comes as Lowe’s grapples with the fallout from the 2016 Black Friday shopping spree.
The retailer is still reeling from the loss of nearly $400 million in revenue in the event of a repeat of Black Friday.