Goldilocks celebrates National Cake Day in Cebu

Filipinos always have a lot of reasons to celebrate in life-a celebration of a accomplishment, a celebration of another year in life, a celebration of commitment of vows, or a celebration of thanksgiving. That is why, Goldilocks continues to make these joyous occasions memorable and special because the company believes that behind every slice of Goldilocks cake is a sweet story.

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November 26 is celebrated worldwide as “National Cake Day”. Being the country’s number one bakeshop , Goldilocks is once again at the forefront o this celebration.  Here in Cebu, members of the press, media and bloggers were treated to a “Cake-all-you-can”  event at Goldilocks SM City Cebu. To kick off the weeks activities, Goldilocks made sure to celebrate  National Cake Day early with the kids in the Baseco Compound in Tondo, Manila and Bahay Pinangga, a center for abused children in Cebu City.

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Cakes were also sent to various orphanages in key cities around the country. On the day itself, Goldilocks aims to make the celebration even bigger and bolder by giving another “Cake-all-you-can” buffet to all cake Goldilovers from Manila and different parts of the country, like in Batangas, Pangasinan, Cebu, Iloilo, Cagayan de Oro and Davao. In other Goldilocks branches nationwide, customers get a free slice of cake.

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To know more about Goldilocks events and how it is bringing the joy of National Cake day to the Philippines and Cebu, you may follow Goldilocks on Twitter or Instagram at @GoldilocksPH, on the Goldilocks Facebook page, or the Goldilocks website at www.goldilocks.com.ph.

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