Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Philly Pretzel Factory Featured in the Island Packet

To raise awareness for breast cancer awareness month, Philly Pretzel Factory of Bluffton led by local entrepreneurs, Lou Sist and Nick Frunzi, has teamed up with the Susan G. Komen Foundation to raise money for a great cause. Throughout the month of October, Philly Pretzel Factory will be twisting ribbon shaped pretzels and selling them for $1.00 and 50% of the proceeds will be going toward breast cancer research. This is a great way to awareness for the philanthropic initiative in October and will let consumers know that they can buy pretzel ribbons and some of the proceeds will be donated back to the Foundation. Philly Pretzel Factory was recently featured in an article in The Island Packet. You can view the article in its entirety here.

Pretzel company marks breast cancer awareness month with a twist

Philly Pretzel Factory in Bluffton is selling pretzels shaped as ribbons this month to mark breast cancer awareness month.

The eatery at 50 Burnt Church Road, owned by Lou Sist and Nick Frunzi, will donate half the proceeds to the Susan G. Komen Foundation to help fund breast cancer research.

Customers who buy a pretzel ribbon will receive a paper pink ribbon to sign and place on the eatery's "Wall of Fame."

October also is national pretzel month.

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