Wednesday, January 16, 2013

WW - Empty Hostess Store

We "had" a Hostess/Wonder Bread store up the street from us. In record time they closed up shop. Literally   within a week of hostess saying they were claiming bankruptcy, this place closed up.

My daughter took these pictures while we drove by the other day. I want this sign, It reminds me of something the guys form "American Pickers" would want.





But don't despair, because Hostess and Wonder bread are being bought, I guess by some other companies. 

14 comments:

  1. Lol! It does look like a sign the guys form "American Pickers" would want. :)

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    1. I do like this sign though. It would be cool to have. And Those Pickers are always looking for signs if they aren't making these anymore maybe they would want this -lol

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  2. Oh my...I used to live on the same street as a Weston bread factory once. I love the smell of carbs in the morning..... ha!

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  3. What a sad sight. That looks like the store near me.

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  4. I miss our Hostess store! We shopped there every week.

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  5. The closing of Hostess was so sad. I hope whoever buys them will bring back all my favorites. My fear is that they'll only choose a few and I won't get my Zingers back.

    Thanks for sharing your sad photo. Stopping by from SITS.

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  6. I used to love going to Hostess. I really hadnt been going for quite some time though, so I'm not sure if I'll feel the loss as much. I do love the products though!

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  7. I think I have only been to a place like that once. I'm guessing that one is closed too. :(

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  8. I'm not really that sad about it. I really only went there maybe 4 times since I've lived here. I mostly did like the prices on the bread, but just to go there for that wasn't worth it really. - lol

    Just think it was interesting how they didn't waste anytime closing this place.

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  10. That is sad. There was a Wonder Bread store in the town next to the one I grew up in. I actually didn't think about it until I read your post, but I bet it's closed as well now.

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