Cobs Bread Celebrates Two Years in the Comox Valley with Fundraiser for the CVCDA

Jun 30, 2021 | Community | 0 comments

Our local Comox Valley Cobs Bread is celebrating two years being open in the Comox Valley. Local owners, Charlotte and Dan Seal will be utilizing the occasion to once again show they care and giving back to the community in a number of ways.

On Friday, July 16, 2021, 50% of profits from all purchases made through out the day will be donated back to the Comox Valley Child Development Association (CVCDA). Even orders made online with Skip The Dishes or Door Dash.

Additionally, Cobs Bread will be offering every 10th customer a free gift. There will be the chance to enter to win one of two draw prizes. You can win either a ‘Bread For A Year’ voucher ($220 value) or a Cobs Bread Selection Card for a free selection of baked goods ($60 value). So come down to Driftwood Mall, fill out your ballot and meet some of our CVCDA Board members at the same time.

AND WAIT, there’s more. All week long (July 10-16), for every six-pack of the ‘Gourmet’ Hot Dog or ‘Gourmet’ Hamburger Buns, Cobs will also donate $1 to the CVCDA.

Cobs Bread Gourmet Hamburger and Hotdog Buns are preservative-free, extra rich, and full flavoured. Give your burgers and hot dogs the bun they deserve. Be sure to try their Herb & Garlic Gourmet Buns! They are filled with delicious flavours like basil and oregano. Yum!

Brooklyn Gallowa

Marketing & Communications, Comox Valley Child Development Association

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