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Entemann’s wants to help you celebrate National Donut Day!

Submitted by on April 23, 2012 – No Comment

Is there a better day than National Donut Day? Maybe Christmas. Or my birthday perhaps.

But in my book, any day that’s built around extolling the virtues of the donut is a one heck of a fantastic day.

And our friends at Entemann’s seem to agree. In support of the 75th anniversary of National Donut Day on June 1, Entemann’s will give $1 dollar (up to $25,000) to The Salvation Army for every “like” on their Facebook page from now until June 23!

:: To learn more about how to help The Salvation Army AND sign up for the chance to win free donuts for a year, click here for a link to our national blog site.

And, if you’re wondering what the connection is between The Salvation Army and donuts, click on the video below to learn more.

(Hint: Salvation Army donut lassies popularized them during wartime so when soldiers returned home and began to ask for the yummy treat state-side, a grateful nation responded!)

:: Click here to visit Entenmann’s Facebook page
:: Click here to visit The Salvation Army USA’s Facebook page


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