And, the Winners Are. . .

IF YOU’VE ever visited Philadelphia, you probably ate a cheese steak. Maybe you ordered your cheese steak with extra cheese, grilled onions and hot peppers. That’s Mañana Man style. I’ve had to back off on too many cheese steaks due to my waist line and worsening lactose intolerance.

If you were just visiting Philadelphia, you probably didn’t have any Tastykakes. You have to buy them at the grocery store or a minute market. Personally, I prefer the Chocolate Lovers Cupcakes. They come two in a package, and you have to open the cellophane carefully, so you don’t disrupt the thick chocolate icing on the cupcakes. You can eat one in two bites, but I always tried to eat one in four bites, so they would last longer.

Let Them Eat Tastykakes

But, alas, I’m a fat old slug, so I don’t eat many treats anymore. Tastykakes has come out with a sugar-free collection, and I’m going to try them. The Tasty Baking Co. was founded in 1914 and has grown from sales of $300,000 the first year to almost $270 million in 2006. Management announced that they are moving to a new 345,000-square-foot plant in the old Philadelphia Navy Yard.

The winners of my first-ever print communications company Website contest will receive a case of Tastykakes to acknowledge their being judged among the best. Remarkably, none of the winners are from Philadelphia, so the winners will be experiencing a taste of Philadelphia.

We’re going to take a Website tour, so you can see the winning sites firsthand. (Note: Winners are not listed by ranking order/placement of award.) I’ve rented a bus, so climb aboard and let’s go.

We are headed for Madison, WI, to see the Website of American Printing. So key in . Our judges selected this winner for its clarity and organization. It is written and designed to answer the questions that a prospective customer is likely to ask.

Related Content