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Gigi’s celebrates anniversary

Gigi's Cupcake staff celebrates the anniversary.

Gigi’s Cupcakes in Madison is inviting the community to celebrate Oct. 7 and 8.

Customers and fans can enjoy prizes, free samples, discounted cupcakes, balloon artists, face painting and the opportunity to meet Gigi Saturday.

The new fall menu includes: Amaretto Amore, Nodini Cannoli, Raspberries & Cream, English Toffee, Chocolate Covered Cherry, and over 30 more.

Gigi Butler, founder of Gigi’s Cupcakes, develops all recipes with her family and executive team as well as oversees corporate operations and franchising. Since Butler opened her first store in Nashville three years ago, Gigi’s Cupcakes has grown to become the nation’s largest cupcake franchise.

Outline of events for anniversary celebration

ALL MONTH LONG SPECIALS Starting Oct 6th:

4 cupcakes for $9.99

6 for $14.99

12 for $29.99

Each day during event

10 percent off large orders (four dozen or more) booked over the three-day celebration

Daily winners of custom Gigi’s gift baskets

Daily winner- Free Gigi’s Cupcakes for a Year. (One dozen a month for 12 months)

Friday. Oct. 7: all day- Raffles and Giveaways (Prizes include: Tickets to Christmas Carol, Alabama Symphony Orchestra tickets, custom Team Decorated Cupcakes, free cupcakes for a year, merchandise and more.)

4 p.m. to close: costume contest- dress up like your favorite cupcake – get a free cupcake. Enter best costume contest.

3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Madison Only: Madison Police corvette on display.

Oct. 8: all day donation and givebacks: 25 cents of each cupcakes sold goes to support Wounded Warrior Project, a non-profit.

Madison:

11 a.m. to 2 p.m. balloon artist

3 p.m. to 6 p.m. face paint

4 p.m. 5 p.m. cupcake story time

5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Gigi meet-and-greet

RADIO REMOTES:

88.1 The Way-Madison, Oct 7th 4-6

WDRM-Madison, Oct 8th 2-5

88.1 The Way Huntsville, Oct 8th 11-2

96.9 “Light it up Pink Promotion” Huntsville Oct 8th 2-3:30

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