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Free Food for Coats!

Come one, come all for free cupcakes! Not actually – this only applies to you if you have a ratty, unwanted, or unfashionable coat lying around (which we know you do) and can carry it to the ProjectHealth Coat Drive between today and Saturday (which you probably can).

If you do bring over your old coat, you’ll feel ironically warm and fuzzy AND you’ll get a free coupon for a cupcake (read: you’ll get a free cupcake) from Kitchenette. Bring coats to Low Plaza the Sundial, Furnald, EC or Broadway between 12 and 4pm until and including this Saturday. 

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  • love says:

    @love I LOVE CARLOS!!!

  • 007 says:

    @007 Incredible! Help keep a family warm AND get a cupcake.

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