5 Things We Learned Giving Out Free Cookies
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On December 4th, we turned The Denizen into #NationalCookieDay HQ. From noon until 6pm, we stood outside with trays of uninfused, fresh-from-the-oven chocolate chip cookies and offered them to people walking by.
And when someone thought “hey, that was nice, maybe I’ll come inside too, Top Shelf (our Cookie Day partner) offered them a free CBD-infused coffee, and our hosts at the Denizen offered them a full-priced haircut.
So here’s what we learned in six hours
Way too many people turn down free cookies. Like, way too many. It’s a societal problem. Who turns down free cookies? That’s a bad life choice. Turning down free cookies tells us things about you we don’t want to know.
CBD Coffee is easy to spot. It tastes th same, but the CBD oil leaves a faint film on the liquid’s surface. Not a big deal. But interesting.
The Denizen’s owner is one smart dude. We had a little lull in the action between 3 and 4 pm (people have to work or some bullshit) and we got to wax politics, philosophy, art and culture with Gene. We never did catch his last name, but my money’s on “Yus.”
Pillsbury has no legit competition. Hmmm…..
Our contest IS as rad as we thought it was. Everybody saw the sign. Everybody signed up on the iPad. Everybody’s excited to win a hosted dinner for 8 in a private residence with beautiful food and wine, a games maestro and, of course, Munchy Brothers for dessert.
Upcoming cool stuff.
But in the meantime…
Below is footage from #NationalCookieDay. If it makes you hungry, reach out. We can help with that..