Ray Lytle

Guess whats Coming back?
Guess whats Coming back?

Guess whats Coming back?

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It’s Hostess!!
Yep that’s right it is good old fashioned Twinkies finally coming back into the market place. They will be joined by Cupcakes, Ding Dongs, Ho Ho’s, Donettes, Pies and more. MMM Im getting hungry just typing!

Remember the Hostess brand was bought in an auction a few month ago for 400+ Million dollars by Metropoulos & Co. and Apollo global.

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The buyers are the folks who own Pabst Blue Ribbon and are used to buying troubled companies. Brands they have bought in order to bring back from death and sell off again at a profit include Chef Boyardee and Bumblebee and they also have purchased Carls Jr and Hardees.

In other words these guys are masters of buying stuff that makes you fat.  Look for these delicious goodies to hit the shelves of your local stores around July 15th!! Just in time to fatten the kids up f

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