Thursday, July 3, 2014

The Coffee Cake Community- My Grandma's Salute A Soldier Program

by Maggie Kelleher

With the Fourth of July upon us, we have been thinking about the many soldiers who have fought for our country's freedom over the years, and we thought it might be a good time to share some our favorite treats with them, and you can, too!

Do you have a friend or a loved one in the armed forces? If you do, then you know how much it can mean to them to receive gifts from back home. Care packages? Amazing! Cakes? Exceptional! And the easiest way to send a homey, delicious, melt-in-your-mouth fresh cake? The Salute A Soldier program from My Grandma's of New England!

What is the Salute A Soldier program?

The Salute A Soldier program is an offer through which My Grandma's of New England will send any mail-order cake to an APO/FPO/DPO address for only $2 shipping per cake. Don't have a friend in the armed forces? Let me explain, that stands for Army/Fleet/Diplomatic Post Office addresses, and they are where you can find some of the strongest and bravest people around, members of the United States Armed Forces, Department of Defense civilians, and government contractors in support of the defense mission around the world.

Why does a shipping discount matter? Shipping is expensive. Have you ever ordered a product from across the country or even from the other side of the world? If you have then you know how much the price can add up.

We don't believe that presents for soldiers should be that much of a burden, do you?

So we created the Salute A Soldier program to give back and to add a little reprieve to those family members and friends thoughtful enough to send a gift to our soldiers.

We owe them quite a lot, and we think a cake can make a good start, don't you?

Visit our website to send a fresh coffee cake to a soldier you are close to today, and don't forget to add a note to thank them for their service!

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