D.C. Cupcakes’ Army-Navy Cupcakes

via Georgetown Cupcakes

The Army-Navy Game, presented by USAA, is a prominent rivalry in college football each year.  This year’s game is going to be held on Saturday, Dec. 10 and will be hosted in the Nation’s Capital, Washington, D.C, for the first time in the game’s 112-year history.

In light of the match-up’s arrival in D.C, Georgetown Cupcake, Washington D.C.’s celebrated bakery and home to TLC’s hit series DC Cupcakes, will produce limited edition Army and Navy cupcakes branded with academy logos.

As part of their ongoing support of the military, the sisters of Georgetown Cupcake and DC Cupcakes will be selling limited edition Army and Navy cupcakes during the week leading up to game day.  Retired Military officials from both academies will be in the Georgetown store today at 1 p.m. to kickoff and help promote the sales of their cupcakes:

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Fifty percent of all proceeds from the sales of the Army and Navy Cupcakes will go to USO-Metro, “Serving those who serve, and their families.”

A tally will be kept to see which academy’s cupcakes are the best sellers of the week.  The academy with the most cupcake sales up until Friday, Dec. 9, will be recognized at the Army-Navy Gala for their achievements.

Founded in 2008 by sisters Katherine Kallinis and Sophie Kallinis LaMontagne, Georgetown Cupcake is a nationally and internationally celebrated gourmet cupcake bakery. Georgetown Cupcake is also an active member in the D.C. community and supports numerous local and national charitable organizations and foundations.

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