Orlando's Nothing Bundt Cakes locations are giving away free cakes next week

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Camp out, call off work – do whatever you have to do to make it to Nothing Bundt Cakes next Tuesday, April 9 at 3 p.m. for a Bundtlet giveaway.

For 300 seconds, aka five whole minutes, mini confetti bundt cakes will be up for grabs at all NBC locations to celebrate the 300th Nothing Bundt Cake bakery opening in Jacksonville next month.



Limit one per person while supplies last, just show up and snag a little baked goodie – no need to download a coupon.

Nothing Bundt Cakes launched 20 years ago, and has been ranked as one of the smartest-growing franchises over a three-year period by Franchise Times.



In a recent statement, Nothing Bundt Cakes' CEO, Kyle Smith, said, "Our growth and success are due to the loyalty of our guests, along with our incomparable quality."

Find out the nearest bakery, and get ready to celebrate.

More information, visit nothingbundtcakes.com.

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