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Hostess Offers ‘Lunch Notes’ On New Website

Hostess Lunch Notes

With summer vacation season wrapping up and families getting back to their daily routines, Hostess® is inviting fans to visit the new home of the tasty treats—HostessCakes.com—to help turn their “every day” lunch into a small celebration with Hostess Lunch Notes.

The new Hostess Lunch Notes are a fun, easy way to brighten the day of family members or friends. Consumers can visit HostessCakes.com, print out the snack-themed note cards and drop them into their loved ones’ lunch bags along with their favorite Hostess treats to help make that mid-day meal extra special. Tell someone you love to “Dream Big. The Pie’s the limit” or let them know “You Take the Cake, my friend.”

In addition to Lunch Notes, Hostess fans can find all kinds of fun on the new Hostess website, according to a company news release. They can suggest new flavors for classic Hostess treats, share favorite Hostess memories, find recipes and submit recipes of their own. With new compatibility with smartphones and tablets, the updated HostessCakes.com also changes how and where fans can find the latest tidbits and promotions for their favorite snack cakes including CupCakes, HoHos, Ding Dongs, Donettes and Twinkies.

“Lunchtime can be fun time with a Hostess treat and a sweet note from someone special,” said Hostess spokesperson Amy Clark. “We hope Hostess lovers will check out our new online home, print out these tasty notes and experience all the other new features available on the site. With more than 300,000 Facebook fans we think the new site offers another interesting and engaging way for our consumers to interact and share with us about their favorite treats.”

Hostess Brands Inc. is one of the nation’s largest providers of fresh-baked bread and sweet goods, sold under various brand names. The company is headquartered in Irving, Texas.

 

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