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Cooperstown biz bakes World Series treat

The Cooperstown Cookie Company is celebrating its sixth anniversary in a big way, just in time for the World Series and holiday giving.

The Cooperstown Cookie Company is offering a special edition World Series Baseball Cookie treats, favors, tins and gifts, as well as Texas Rangers and San Francisco Giants baseball cookies.

The company will celebrate its anniversary where the company was launched, at the National Baseball Hall of Fame World Series Gala. On Saturday, October 30 at the World Series Gala, company founder and president Pati Drumm Grady will be on hand, giving away Baseball Cookie Bunt Packs, featuring the company's popular bite-sized cookies. There will be a "golden ticket" in one of the Bunt Packs, giving the winner a $50 spending spree on the company's web site,

"We're pleased to offer the best baseball cookies to fans across the country, from Cooperstown to Texas to San Francisco," says Grady. She noted that her company's World Series cookies are the only ones on the market, and that once the World Series Champion is determined, they will roll out a special edition World Series Champion logo, licensed by Major League Baseball®.

The all-natural baseball cookies are based on Grady's family recipe.

Cooperstown Cookie Company products are sold at the National Baseball Hall of Fame, and retailers nationwide. Orders also can be made online, or by calling 888/269-7315.

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