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Freed’s Bakery of Las Vegas Offers 'Pay What you Want' St. Patrick’s Day Promotion
Published on Fri, Mar 8, 2013 (9:57 a.m.)WHO:
Freed’s Bakery of Las Vegas will host a special fundraiser to commemorate the St. Patrick’s Day holiday.
Feelin’ Lucky? Freed’s Bakery is offering a sweet deal in honor of St. Patrick’s Day! Customers are invited to name their own price on signature cookies created in honor of the holiday. Customers will be able to enjoy clover-shaped sugar cookies dipped in green crystal sugar with a suggested donation of $2 per cookie. Proceeds from signature cookie sales will support the St. Baldrick’s Foundation in their efforts to cure childhood cancer.
Thursday, Mar. 14 and Friday, Mar. 15
9 a.m. – 8 p.m.
9815 S. Eastern Ave.
At Silverado Ranch inside the Target Shopping Center
To give back to the community Freed’s has served for more than 50 years and to help support local families in need.
About Freed’s Bakery of Las Vegas
Family owned and operated since 1959, Freed’s Bakery specializes in the highest-quality custom cakes and baked goods. The bakery has been featured on TLC's "Fabulous Cakes" seasons 1 and 2, The Food Network’s “Roker on the Road,” “$40 a Day with Rachael Ray,” “Sugar Rush,” “After Midnight” and “Food(ography).” A Las Vegas favorite for the past 50 years, Freed’s has appeared in Bon Appétit Magazine, Martha Stewart Weddings and Conde Nast Traveler. Freed’s has been voted Best of Las Vegas by the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s Reader’s Choice for more than 30 years, and has been recognized by AOL City’s Best and The Knot’s Best of Weddings. For more information about Freed’s Bakery of Las Vegas, please visit www.FreedsBakery.com or Freed's Bakery's Facebook Page.
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