Lonni Sue Johnson

Lonni Sue Johnson

A personal Friend of Cooperstown Cookie Company, Lonni Sue Johnson has done much of the artwork and packaging seen on http://www.cooperstowncookie.com . See more of her interesting story here:

Food Network’s Unwrapped to feature Cooperstown Cookie Company 1/22

The popular Food Network program Unwrapped will feature the Cooperstown Cookie Company on January 22 at 9 pm EST.

Cooperstown Cookie Company offers custom tins of baseball cookies for every Major League Baseball team

Baseball cookies come packaged in your choice of MLB licensed tins, as well as the National Baseball Hall of Fame gift line.

The episode “Game Day Goodies,” is hosted by Marc Summers. Unwrapped provides a behind-the-scenes look into America’s favorite foods.  A crew from Unwrapped filmed the episode onsite last November. “It was a great experience,” says Cooperstown Cookie Company founder and CEO Pati Drumm Grady.

This is the second time Unwrapped has featured the Cooperstown Cookie Company. Grady said every time that episode, which first aired in May 2007, is shown, they get a jump in sales.

“There is something special about our baseball cookies that really resonates with people,” says Grady. “We’re a small company based in Cooperstown, the home of baseball, and our all-natural cookies are based on my family’s

Pati Grady gets ready to chat with the crew from Unwrapped

favorite shortbread recipe.”  Grady says the company’s baseball cookies are popular as gifts, and as favors for baseball weddings and birthdays.

Cooperstown Cookie Company baseball cookies and baseball caps are available to purchase online at www.CooperstownCookie.com, by phone, 888/269-7315, and at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and select retailers nationwide. Several Major League Baseball teams also are customers, including the New York Yankees, Philadelphia Phillies, Seattle Mariners, Tampa Bay Rays, Milwaukee Brewers and St. Louis Cardinals.

Meet Anthony Gargiula

We’re very excited to tell you about a young singing sensation that we met recently in Cooperstown. His name is Anthony Gargiula, and at age 11 he’s already appeared on The Ellen Show, Today Show and is the youngest person to ever sign at Carnegie Hall. His YouTube video, taken when he was only 7 yrs old, shows him singing the National Anthem at a Siena College basketball game. This summer, the National Baseball Hall of Fame invited him to sing the National Anthem at the 2010 Baseball Induction Ceremony. Anthony tells us one of his many goals is to sing the National Anthem at all the Major League Baseball stadiums in America. He already sang the National Anthem for the Red Sox, the Minnesota Twins and the L.A. Dodgers.

Anthony loves our baseball cookies, so when he was in Cooperstown this summer he made this video in front of Doubleday Field.
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Anthony has just released his debut CD titled “Finally Done,” available for purchase on iTunesicon.

A short clip of song titled “Game Over” from Anthony’s new CD! Enjoy!

Baseball in Cooperstown: Win Cooperstown Hawkeyes Tickets

Baseball in Cooperstown

Cooperstown is synonymous with Baseball, and this summer, we’ll have more baseball than ever. Yes, Cooperstown now has its own team, playing on historic Doubleday Field. The Cooperstown Hawkeyes, a member of the New York Collegiate Baseball League, will play 21  games  at Doubleday Field.

The Cooperstown Cookie Company is proud to be a sponsor of the Cooperstown Hawkeyes, and look forward to a great season. Go Hawkeyes!

On Father’s Day, the National Baseball Hall of Fame will hold the Hall of Fame Classic. It’s a great chance to see Hall of Famers Gary Carter, Bob Feller, Rollie Fingers, Goose Gossage, Harmon Killebrew, Phil Niekro and Ozzie Smith play along with other former MLB players.  The weekend is filled with family-friendly activities, and the Cooperstown Cookie Company will be on Main Street, displaying our baseball cookie treats. Come by! We’ll also be the the parade, woo hoo!

We look forward to a great summer of baseball in Cooperstown, and welcome all the visitors and encourage them to enjoy all our village has to offer.

Speaking of offers… you can win tickets to Cooperstown Hawkeyes game, email contests@CooperstownCookie.com for your chance to win.

Email us which Cooperstown Cookie Company product is your favorite, and why, and you just might win tickets to watch a game at Historic Doubleday Field.  Winners picked weekly, through the end of July!

Baseball and Apple Pie

Enjoy Baseball Cookies in a Cooperstown tin and a delicious jar of Apple Pie Jam

Baseball Moms will love our newest gift combo "Baseball & Apple Pie"

Happy to announce our newest gift combo, Baseball & Apple Pie.

We hand pack our bite size “Bunt” baseball cookies in the Cooperstown/Doubleday Field stadium tin (licensed by the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum).

We’ve teamed up with our neighbors, the Fly Creek Cider Mill, an award-winning destination just minutes from Cooperstown and purveyor of specialty foods. Their Apple Pie jam is just like spreading an apple pie on your favorite muffins, toast, scones or BASEBALL COOKIES. Yum!

This “Baseball Mom Best Buy” makes a great hostess or birthday gift. Planning a trip to Cooperstown? Celebrate with Baseball & Apple Pie.

Guess the Score and Win Baseball Cookies

You could win a Vintage Yankee Stadium tin filled with Baseball Cookies

Enter today to win a Vintage Yankee Stadium tin filled with Baseball Cookies

Jane Heller, author of Confessions of a She-Fan and the popular MLB blog of the same name, is now running a contest to guess the score in the Yankees home opener against the Angels on April 13. Guess right and you can win a Vintage Yankee Stadium tin filled with Cooperstown Cookie Company baseball cookies.

As Jane notes, “Even if you’re not a Yankees lover, you can win the cookies and pass the Yankee Stadium Tin along to some deserving fan of the Bombers. (And yes, you must know a Yankee fan or two.)”

Enter today at her blog.  Jane also encourages her readers to enter to win the Ultimate Cooperstown Baseball Weekend contest we’re running. If you haven’t already, enter today at the Cooperstown Cookie Company web site. This month we’ll be choosing a winner at random to receive luxury lodging, delicious meals, membership in the National Baseball Hall of Fame, and great gifts and gift certificates from Cooperstown’s finest stores.

We’re grateful to Jane for helping us spread the word about our baseball cookies.

Cheers,

Pati

Baseball Season is BACK!

So happy to welcome back baseball. This spring has been busy here at the Cooperstown Cookie Company.  Our new Camden Yards Stadium tin has been a big hit with Orioles fans. This tin joins the popular Wrigley Field, Fenway Park, Vintage Yankee Stadium and Cooperstown/Doubleday Field tins.  Through April 10, we’re running a special, filling the stadium tins with bite-sized Bunts, and a peanut butter filled chocolate cap. What a great way to start of the season.

Last week, I was on the Syracuse, NY based WCNY Connected, where I got to chat about how the company started, our great tasting baseball cookies and the new baseball season. You can watch the clip.

And, our friends at the Food Network re-aired the Unwrapped feature on the Cooperstown Cookie Company. Every time this episode airs, we make new baseball cookie fans. I love it!  Catch it on YouTube, or see it when it airs again on April 8 at 11:30 pm ET/PT and April 9 at 2:30 am ET/PT.

Save on a tin full of delicious baseball cookies

Save now on baseball cookies

We’re running a special on our large Tin of Bunts, our delicious all-natural, bite-sized baseball cookies. Tins come emblazoned with the name and logo of your favorite MLB team.  Regular Price $25.99, now save $7.00 The sale price is just $18.99.

For the Padres opening day in San Diego, corporate staff are enjoying treats from the Cooperstown Cookie Company.  The New York Yankees will serve 1200 Yankees Baseball Cookie Bunt Packs at its Welcome Home Opening Day fundraiser.   We continue to add to the list of retailers carrying our baseball cookies around the country. Publishers Clearing House is featuring our stadium tins in its new catalog, and the Vermont Country Store is featuring stadium tins and Bag of Bunts in its catalogs and retail stores.

We are the featured Gourmet Giveaway at The Nibble for the week of April 5-12.  And, the fun web site Tailgating Ideas wrote a great review of the Cooperstown Cookie Company: “Although The Hall of Fame may be the most famous thing in Cooperstown to baseball fans, to tailgaters, the Cooperstown Cookie Company may be the most delicious.”

We love hearing from customers, let me know how you like to enjoy Cooperstown Cookie Company treats and cookies. We’ve had several orders this week for 20+ Baseball Cookie Bunt Packs and Ballpark Bunt Boxes. People are serving them up at baseball parties, team celebrations, and just watching the game with friends and family. Fun ideas!

Enjoy baseball!

Best,

Pati


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