Cookbook Publisher Gooseberry Patch Debuts 2012 Calendar Collection
It may be the middle of summer in America’s heartland, but it’s not too soon to think about January, according to independent cookbook publisher Gooseberry Patch.
“Why? Because our 2012 calendars are already flying off the shelves!” says Vickie Hutchins, Gooseberry Patch co-founder.
Gooseberry Patch’s bestselling calendar collection is now available for purchase by the general public. The 2012 collection includes the highly anticipated wall calendar, appointment calendar and pocket calendar. Two alternate wall calendar formats round out the collection, which is affordably priced from $5.95 to $14.95.
The full-color calendars are filled with hand-painted, signature Gooseberry Patch artwork and lots of homestyle recipes, tips and inspiring quotes, along with plenty of space to jot down special occasions and appointments. The collection is offered for sale at more than 4,000 specialty retailers in the United States and Canada, as well as online retailers, including www.gooseberrypatch.com and Amazon.com.
“No matter how busy life can get, we have a calendar to help folks keep track of it all in Gooseberry Patch style,” says Jo Ann Martin, Gooseberry Patch co-founder.”If you were one of the many folks who didn’t get yours last year, you won’t want to wait too long…they’re well on their way to selling out again!”
View the entire 2012 Gooseberry Patch calendar collection online at http://bit.ly/GBPcalendarcollection.
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