2 Broke Girls teams up with Sprinkles Cupcakes
Posted by Renee on 02 November 2013 with 0 Comments
This month begins with National Vanilla Cupcake Day, and the stars of Warner Bros. Television’s hit comedy series 2 Broke Girls (Mondays 8:30/7:30c CBS) are showing that they are “not so vanilla” with a special limited-edition 2 Broke Not So Vanilla cupcake. The original creation will be available at all Sprinkles locations nationwide from November 1–15.
“2 Broke Girls is like a delicious sweet dessert on CBS Monday nights, so we liked the idea of putting a Broke twist on National Vanilla Cupcake Day,” said Lisa Gregorian, Chief Marketing Officer, Warner Bros. Television Group. “The entrepreneurial spirit of Sprinkles’ founder, Candace Nelson, is mirrored by Kat and Beth’s characters on 2 Broke Girls, making this a fun promotion for fans of the show and cupcakes alike.”
An original creation, the 2 Broke Not So Vanilla cupcake features a graham cracker bottom and vanilla cake with chocolate chips, topped with dark chocolate frosting and a dash of fleur de sel. Not so vanilla, indeed!
There will be 100 golden tickets for a complimentary 2 Broke Not So Vanilla cupcake hidden inside cupcake boxes for patrons who use the Sprinkles Cupcake ATM on National Vanilla Cupcake Day — Sunday, November 10 — so ATM cupcake customers could receive one along with their purchase! The Sprinkles ATM can be found at the Beverly Hills Sprinkles location (9635 South Santa Monica Boulevard, between Bedford & Camden), the Chicago Sprinkles location (50 East Walton Street, between Michigan & Rush) and the Dallas Sprinkles location (4020 Villanova Drive, between Northwest Highway & Preston Road), with the golden ticket hidden in 100 cupcake boxes at each location.
All Sprinkles Cupcake stores nationwide will be offering the limited-edition cupcake, with locations including Chicago, Dallas, Downtown Los Angeles, Georgetown (D.C.), The Grove L.A., Houston, La Jolla, New York, Newport Beach, Palo Alto, Scottsdale and the newly opened location in L.A.’s Westlake Village.