Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Great American Cookies® Files Away #Tax Day Stress with One #Free Cookie for All Customers- April 18




Thanks to Great American Cookies®, one thing you won’t be exempt from this Tax Day is a free serving of sweetness. The national gourmet cookie shop will continue its annual Tax Day tradition by offering a free Birthday Cake Cookie to customers who stop by participating stores on Tuesday, April 18.*
This is the fifth year Great American Cookies has given away a free cookie on Tax Day. The Birthday Cake Cookie is the perfect treat to celebrate the end of tax season and the lead-up to the beloved cookie brand’s 40th birthday celebration in June.
"Great American Cookies is thrilled to serve up a free dose of sweetness to help Americans beat the stress of Tax Day," said David Kaiser, Executive Vice President of Great American Cookies. "There’s no reason why April 18th should be taxing on your happiness! That's why we're encouraging everyone to visit any participating store to enjoy a free fresh baked Birthday Cake Cookie."
For more information and store locations, visit our website www.greatamericancookies.com, follow the Great American Cookies national Twitter handle, @Gr8AmCookies, or become a fan of the brand on Facebook www.facebook.com/greatamericancookies.
* No purchase or proof of completed taxes necessary. Deals valid only at participating U.S. stores. While supplies last. Limit one per customer during day of promotion. Valid only at participating U.S. stores. No purchase necessary. Great American Cookies is managed by GFG Management, LLC, a subsidiary of Global Franchise Group.

Easter's Sweet Treats


Easter is just around the corner, and with Easter comes the multitude of sweet treats, candy eggs, and chocolate bunnies!
Enjoy the sweetness of a candy coated Easter and the love of God!





Chloride #Arizona's Ghost Town?

23 miles north of Kingman, Arizona is a small town called Chloride. I read about this place having a small ghost town within the town and wanted to check it out for myself since we were in the area.

We stopped at a little store in town and asked where it was- and surprisingly were told it was just next to the park behind us. We walked over but no one but a man and woman in an old time costume were there, and left when we were just getting there. No one else there and some of the buildings locked up. Other buildings were just fronts. 




Wasn't too sure what to make of the place. It seemed like some of the buildings may have been there from the old days- they sure smelled old. Like old wood and buildings can smell. But most others seemed like they may have been set to "create" the town. I did find these old wash tubs on a front porch of a old, more realistic looking house... and thought they were photo worthy.