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Entenmann’s – Between Farragut & Glenwood Roads
Posted in: Bakeries, Brooklyn Storefronts, Entenmann's, Greater Flatbush.
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HELLO MY NAME IS JAMES F. CHESTNUTT WE ARE HAVING CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION FOR THE SENIORS OF NAD YOUTH OF OUR COMMUNITY WE ARE ASKING IF YOU GUYS CAN DONATIONS SOME CAKES TOWARDS THESE CELEBRATION FOR THE UP COMING HOLIDAY’S SEASON E- MAIL ME BACK HAVE GOOD DAY!
I purchased a box of Entenmann Softee donuts today and when I opened them I found that there were not 20 little donuts in the bag, but only 18. How do I let the company know of that?
I would notify the store from where you bought them.
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