The morning was cool and crisp. The sun was shining bright. The day had finally come, the one that citizens had been dreaming of… for minutes. As the baby sister slept and the mama dreamed a morning free of toddlerfititis, Cereal Town was born. Cereal Town, established 2011.
It started small, as all cities do, but within hours, it became a thriving metropolis. Naturally, cereal town would never withstand an earthquake, being constructed of cardboard and scotch tape, but in its short life, it has already survived one natural disaster known as the fierce Hudson monster.
Cereal Town is a wonderful little town, with features that you might see wherever you live.
Yet, unlike some places, it prides itself on fiscal responsibility and government officials who actually want to keep it running, rather than run it into the ground.
It is full of Dr. Seuss like trees and quaint flower gardens.
And much like other cities and animated films, the animals escape from the zoo.
Cereal town is part city/part car playground, although owning a car here, may cost you a pretty penny.
Unless, you are the right kind of car.
Home of the raisin bran tower, the batman building (a tribute to Nashville), and the world famous l’arc de peanut butter.
Which is short for l’arc de peanut butter wafers.
And that’s Cereal Town, a place that prides itself of the virtues of being green and subtle advertising.
Cereal Town, fun for all ages. Welcome home.