martin Luther King Day 2012

Wallace Amos to provide keynote deal with at Martin Luther Master activities in Burlington

Wally Amos – “Famous Amos” — Known for His Chocolate Chip Cookie Invention — to Keynote at the First of Two MLK Events in Burlington

Two Day Celebration Planned to Mark the Life and Contributions of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Earnings 5, 2012 (South Burlington, VT): Managers for the yearly Dr. Martin Luther Master special event have just declared that “Famous Amos,” Wally Amos of dark candy nick dessert reputation, is the verified presenter for the first event of Burlington’s yearly MLK day special event. Amos, an Air Power expert who worked as a ability agent with the Bill Morris Organization, would send home-baked dark candy treats to stars to lure them to meet with him and maybe sign a deal to be showed by the Bill Morris Organization.

In 1975, Amos took the assistance of some associates and started out a dessert shop in Los Angeles, identifying it “Famous Amos”. In the first season he marketed $300,000 value of treats, followed by more than $1,000,000 in revenue in the website's second season of function.

The shop demonstrated so well-known that the “Famous Amos” company gradually extended out to provide treats in markets, a switch that would later be copied by other area of expertise shops such as Baskin Robbins, T.G.I. Fridays, and Local cafe.

Planned for Saturday, Earnings Fifteenth at 3 p.m. at the Universalist Religious at the top of Religious Road, “Famous Amos” will be associated with a gospel music efficiency by the extensively recommended Bible-Way Pentacostal Religious Choir from Montreal. The event is no cost and open to the public, but ticket are required to go to and can be acquired from Fletcher Free Archives or City Market in town center Burlington.

Sponsors for the celebration include: United Way of Chittenden County, Burlington Police Department, Burlington School District, Church Street Marketplace, Citizens Bank, City of Burlington, Clear Water Builders, FairPoint Communications, Fletcher Free Library, KeyBank, People’ United Bank, SerVemont, University of Vermont and the Unitarian Church.

On Wednesday the Sixteenth, the public is welcomed to collect from afternoon until 2 p.m. at Town Area for a “Reflection” on the overdue Dr. Master. Team associates will do brief insights of the overdue Town Privileges innovator and drumming will be offered by the Sambatuccada group. The event is free and no ticket are required.


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