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The Handcrafted Cookie Company Announces Quarterly Cookie Recipe Contest

Chad Williams wrote in to tell about a contest The Handcrafted Cookie Company is hosting:
THE HANDCRAFTED COOKIE COMPANY ANNOUNCES QUARTRELY COOKIE RECIPE CONTEST
CUSTOMERS CAN SUBMIT RECIPES TO BE SOLD BY CHESTER COUNTY STORE

PHOENIXVILLE, PA: The Handcrafted Cookie Company is announcing its first quarterly cookie recipe contest! The Company will be introducing a yummy new cookie for each season beginning this summer, and the recipe will come from one of their valued, brilliant customers! Here's how it works:

Prior to each season, the contest will be open with a one month submission window to all comers. Contestants will submit both the recipe and a sample of the baked cookies for consideration. All submissions will be reviewed and a selection made within two weeks of the end of the submission window. The winner will receive their prize thereafter and the winning cookie will be featured on our menu for the full season! The prize will be a Handcrafted Cookie Company gift basket valued at $45 as well as ten 20% off coupons to distribute to friends and family, as well as bragging rights. The winner and their recipe will also be featured in our monthly newsletter! Our first contest will be open for submissions from April 1st through April 30th. Selection will occur during the month of May and the winning cookie will be featured from June through August.

If you’d like additional information about this contest or our store, please contact Chad Williams at chad61@msn.com or (484)921-4934.

Comments

Colin said…
anyone know where to submit recipes to? i sent an email to the cookie guy the weekend that this article was in the phoenix, but haven't heard anything back.

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