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Mt. Ephraim’s Philly Pretzel Factory Donates 20,000 Pretzels to Local Healthcare Workers During COVID-19 Pandemic

Mt. Ephraim’s Philly Pretzel Factory set a goal to donate 20,000 pretzels to local healthcare workers as they remain on the front-line throughout the COVID-19 crisis.

Today Philly Pretzel Factory in Mt. Ephraim will be donating 2,750 pretzels to Penn Presbyterian Medical Center as part of the stores store’s #PretzelItForward campaign.

The goal is to donate 20,000 pretzels to local healthcare workers as they remain on the front-line throughout this the COVID-19 crisis.  

“During this time of uncertainty, our community has rallied around our small business and we can’t thank them enough; to pay it forward we created the Pretzel It Forward campaign,” said Bob Tilton, owner of Philly Pretzel Factory in Mt. Ephraim. “I set a goal for our store to donate 20,000 pretzels to hospitals and medical offices who are on the frontline battling COVID-19 and we’re happy to meet that goal today. If we needed to, we would donate another 20,000 pretzels to help these groups.”

Health care workers from Jefferson Methodist (Image provided)

Organizations the store donated to include Cooper University Health Care, Temple Health,  Virtua, Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine, Inspira, Jefferson Comprehensive Breast Center, Camden Veterans Clinic, and Gloucester EMS, among others. 

Temple Hospital healthcare workers (Image provided)

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