Thursday, May 14, 2009

Great American Cookies Launches Nationwide Search for the 'Great American Dad'

RJ Note: Dads are so very important to our lives. I just know Fayette County is the perfect place to find a great American dad. Why, I bet we have tons of them. Why not take a moment and let the world know about your special hero? I better put my pen where my mouth is and get to work on this!

/PRNewswire/ -- Great American Cookies announced today that the company has launched its first-ever search for the "Great American Dad." The Great American Dad Contest began Wednesday, May 13 and runs through Friday, July 31. During the contest, participants will be asked to tell the world, in 200 words or less, what makes their dad a "Great American Dad." The contest will be conducted completely online, with submissions accepted through the entry form available at www.greatamericancookies.com.

Prizes for the contest will be awarded in September and include:

-- Grand Prize: The "Ultimate Dad Den" courtesy of Great American
Cookies. Essential "ingredients" for creating a great in-home getaway
for Dad include a Sony BRAVIA(R) 52" Flat-Panel LCD HDTV, Sony Blu-ray
Disc Player and Sony BRAVIA(R) Home Theater System.
-- First Prize: Sony BRAVIA(R) 52" Flat-Panel LCD HDTV.

-- Runner Ups: (5) $50.00 gift certificates to Great American Cookies.


The contest opens during Great American Cookies Celebrating Everyday Heroes promotion and is supported by NexCen Franchise Management, Inc., a subsidiary of NexCen Brands, Inc.

"Customers tell our franchisees every day how much they appreciate the heroes in their lives when they order Cookie Cakes and gift tins," said Jenn Johnston, senior vice president of brand marketing for NexCen Franchise Management, Inc. "During this contest we expect to hear some wonderful, funny, touching and even quirky stories about some of the most unsung heroes...dads."

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