Categories: Giveaways

There are no Bundt cakes to draw on September 1st

Nothing Bundt Cakes is celebrating its 25th wholesale anniversary with a cake giveaway at all North American locations. On Thursday, September 1, the first 250 guests at each bakery will receive a free Confetti Bundtlet, the brand’s individually wrapped miniature Bundt cakes.

To spread even more birthday joy, Nothing Bundt Cakes is hosting an online contest where one lucky fan will win a $25,000 birthday party planned by a celebrity party planning company. In addition, 25 finalists will each receive a $100 Nothing Bundt Cakes gift card.

Fans can enter the contest by submitting a photo of their favorite birthday memory, describing what they liked and sharing what it would mean to them to win the party. Entries will be accepted September 1-25 and winners will be announced on the contest website in October.

“At Nothing Bundt Cakes, bringing joy is at the heart of everything we do,” says Angie Eckelkamp, ​​Marketing Director of Nothing Bundt Cakes. “Our Whole Bakery 25th Anniversary Confetti Bundtlet Giveaway and $25,000 Party Contest is our way of thanking our guests for letting us be a part of their moments of joy over the years.”

Founded in Las Vegas in 1997, Nothing Bundt Cakes began as a small baking business in the home kitchens of co-founders Dena Tripp and Debbie Shwetz. Demand for their moist and delicious Bundt cakes, topped with cream cheese frosting, soon grew to the point where they opened a bakery, and then another, and eventually began franchising their unique concept.

Now with nearly 450 locations across the U.S. and Canada, Nothing Bundt Cakes offers four cake sizes in nine flavors, including fan favorites Red Velvet, Chocolate Chocolate Chip, Lemon, Strawberries and Cream, and Confetti. The bakeries also offer a variety of accessories for entertaining and gift items that Bring the Joy™ to special occasions and everyday moments.

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