Cookies — Red, White and Blue and 25% off for you!

June 24, 2008 at 8:37 pm 2 comments

My long overdue return to writing this blog comes just in time to celebrate the upcoming Independence Day holiday , or “the Fourth of July”, as it is commonly known.  One of the most important days in our nation’s history, we celebrate the adoption of the Declaration of Independence and our independence from Great Britain. 

In keeping with the patriotic theme, last weekend I visited Grant’s Tomb, or the General Grant National Memorial, the official name.  Visiting this important monument, I was reminded of the sacrifices those before us made to make America what it is today.  We need to be thankful for the vision of our forefathers, the sacrifices of the military heroes who fought for our freedom yesterday, today and every day.Byrd Cookie Company Apple Pie Cookies

 

While most of us think of July 4th as a day off, a trip to the beach or a bar-b-q.  This year, amongst the fireworks, hamburgers and red, white and blue iced cupcakes, let’s remember the brave men who fought so we could have a day of celebration. 

Now onto the good stuff.  What would a Snacktime post be without uncovering a new snack!  Well just in time to celebrate the Fourth of July,  the Byrd Cookie Company, one of my gourmet food clients, is offering discounts on all of their red, white and blue gift tins and jars, 25% off selected cookie gifts, and free shipping on other items.  Recently introduced new, Apple Pie Cookies are also on sale.  All the products at Byrd Cookie Company make great gifts so place an order before July 4th to take advantage of the special pricing.  Enter the promotion code JULY4 at checkout and save.   Buy one for you and one for a friend. 

 Happy snacking.

 

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Mr. Buzzy  |  July 3, 2008 at 9:24 pm

    So who exactly is buried in Grant’s Tomb, anyway….

    Reply
  • 2. Andy  |  July 18, 2008 at 9:34 pm

    She’s back!

    Reply

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