03 July 2006

Half Way Point

For those of you not keeping count, the year is now officially half way over. Once again Father Time has worked his magic and whisked us thru the first half of 2006. Less than six months to the Christmas shopping season. :( That's really not that much time...I better start getting some of my shopping done.

Speaking of shopping, if you like cokes or canned beverages then make sure you stop by your local grocery store today or tomorrow to get some great specials. A good number of stores including Kroger and Albertsons have specials on certain brands that allow you to get five 12 packs for 10 dollars. That's 18 cents per can after taxes! Of course, I would not encourage people to drink cokes left and right, but these specials also include the diet and non-caffeinated varieties. It beats 4.79 for a 12 pack.

The Yogurt Flavors: Chocolate Decadence, World Class Vanilla, Devil's Food Cake, Chocolate Peanut Butter, Raspberry Cheesecake and Banana.

Today's in-store special is 5 dollar UPS ground shipping to anywhere in the lower 48 states. UPS will have the day off tomorrow, but we can still get your mail orders out today. (The bagels will be in on Friday this week because of the July 4th holiday.)

We will be open tomorrow to serve you from 12 PM to 6 PM.

We have just received our shipment of Gnu foods Flavor and Fiber bars. We are now restocked on the Banana Walnut bars. These things do move quickly. Remember, we now have a case price of $34.99 (mix and match), a 12% savings, for those of you who know how good these are.

To prepare you for the 4th of July holiday, here is an article from the USA Today about what it means to be an American. Sometimes in all of the negative news that is out there, it is nice to find a few positive stories.

Speaking of positive stories, I will once again say that Superman Returns is a worthwhile film to see this Fourth of July weekend. If you can, go see it on the IMAX screen or your biggest screen at your local movie theater. This is a great movie for the larger screens.

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