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Wilbraham, Massachusetts Cash Mobs Hometown Bakery

November 5, 2012Click to subscribe
Date11/16/2012
Time10:00 AM
PlacePop's Biscotti & Chocolates
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About This Cash Mob:

Pop's Biscotti & Chocolates, located in Wilbraham, MA is set to get cash mobbed on November 16, 2012. A cash mob is a grassroots, community-led movement to support local businesses. With $20 in hand, members of the community come together to shop in a locally owned establishment to support the area economy. Pop's will have a great selection of tasty treats and packaged assortments to purchase that day — or this is a great time to place an order for the holiday season! Since this small business — is in a very small location — our cash mob will be held all day 10 AM - 7 PM.

The cash mob will be meeting at Pop's Biscotti & Chocolates.

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What type of business is being mobbed?

Pop's Biscotti & Chocolates is a family owned sweet shop.

Why is this business worthy of a cash mob?

Pop's is a locally owned store and has done much to give back to the community, including: donating custom Pink Ribbon pop's for Breast Cancer Awareness fundraisers & countless gift basket donations to other charitable groups and fund-raisers. They were recently honored with the 2012 Best Baker Award by the Boston Road business association.

What makes this business unique?

Pop's Biscotti & Chocolates, located at 3157 Boston Road in Wilbraham, MA will be the very first cash mob in Wilbraham.

A little more about Wilbraham, Massachusetts:

Wilbraham is a town in Hampden County, Massachusetts, United States. It is also a suburb of the City of Springfield, Massachusetts with a population of about 15,000. Wilbraham is bordered by the City of Springfield to the west, Town of Ludlow to the north, Towns of Palmer and Monson to the east, Town of Hampden to the South and the Town of East Longmeadow to the southwest.

The Wilbraham town center is among the largest designated historical areas in the country, with fine examples of colonial and Victorian homes from as early as the 1730s along the historical areas of main street.

On the afternoon of June 1, 2011 two tornados struck Wilbraham causing extensive damage to the town. Heavy structural damage to homes, power poles, and trees was experienced. The scars can still be seen on the country side and it will take years for the city to completely recover.

Rules

Pop's will be open that day 10 AM - 7 PM. We have 3 rules for the cash mob - Bring $20 to spend, meet new people & have fun! More information will be announced via our Facebook event page.