Friday, October 28, 2011

Philly Pretzel featured in Transhuman Medicine

Philly Pretzel Factory was featured in an an article and video on Transhuman Medicine titled, “Philly Pretzel Factory raising money for cancer awareness” which published on October 19. The article is features the Twisting for a Cure campaign that Philly Pretzel Factory is participating in all month to support the Susan G. Komen Foundation and Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The video is the same one that appeared on the Daily Local News. The article mentions the PPF initiative this month and the goal that they hope to reach. This will be a great way to bring awareness to the effort to find a cure for breast cancer as well as Philly Pretzel Factory in West Chester. Click here to view the article, or begin reading below.

Philly Pretzel Factory raising money for cancer awareness

The Philadelphia Pretzel Factory is selling ribbon-shaped pretzels during October as part of its Twisting for a Cure campaign.

A ribbon-shaped pretzel sells for $1. Of that, 50 percent of the sales go to Susan G. Komen for the Cure in the effort to fight breast cancer. The stores are also selling paper ribbons for a dollar with 100 percent of the proceeds going to the foundation.

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