brandon_scott (brandon_scott) wrote,

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Today is The Cheesecake Factory's 30th anniversary! Normally this event would go by unnoticed by most, but to celebrate today, The Cheesecake Factory is selling all of their cheesecake slices for only $1.50! How awesome is that? I know, it would have been more awesome if they sold an entire cheesecake for 30¢ but what can ya do...

Oh, and thier website sucks and can't handle the traffic, so if you get an error message that says "Service Unavailable" just keep refreshing til it takes.

So all-in-all I still don't think people care. Especially considerig the fact that I'll have to take out a second mortgage on the house just to afford the gas to drive there. Epic fail.

[EDIT:] Here, since their site sucks and you're too lazy to look, here's their celebration blip:
Celebrating "30 Delicious Years," The Cheesecake Factory is serving up several sweet initiatives throughout 2008.

To kick-off the anniversary celebration and in commemoration of National Cheesecake Day on July 30th, 2008, The Cheesecake Factory restaurants will offer every delicious slice of its more than 30 varieties of cheesecake with a dollop of nostalgia by featuring all cheesecakes at $1.50 per slice, limit one per guest, dine in only, on that day—as they were when the restaurant first opened in 1978.

In addition, a special, limited edition cheesecake, the 30th Anniversary Chocolate Cake Cheesecake, will be introduced on July 30th with $0.25 from the sale of each slice sold this year benefiting the national hunger-relief organization, America’s Second Harvest – The Nation’s Food Bank Network. Additional activities will be announced throughout the year.
Well that was a waste of a journal entry. I can't believe you read it all.


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