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Baker & Co-Owner, Managing Partner at the Kessler Cookie Company. Gourmet cookies (baked-to-order), corporate gifts, customized tins (company logo, name or slogan) and gift baskets. Baker of the Finest "Baked-To-Order" Gourmet Cookies, Brownies & Bars on Planet Earth.
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Dallas, TX
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http://www.kesslercookies.com
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food
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At 2:16pm on June 29, 2011, Uptown Jazz Dallas IJF said…
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At 2:10pm on June 29, 2011, Uptown Jazz Dallas IJF said…

Hello Clyde,


We welcome you and your Kessler Cookie Company to the official social network of our planned Festival and the hub of all things music, food, fashion, film and the arts in North Texas. Make yourself at home and make use of all of the tools here to showcase what you do and what you love. Also, you can use the Invite above to expose others to what's happening. We appreciate you being here. There are some exciting things ahead. Participate and share with others is the main thing.

 

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