Lazy Cakes sales surge
It's not every day that people rush out to get a relaxation aid at the corner store, but since Lazy Cakes were introduced in late 2010, the world's first legal relaxation brownie has rapidly developed a faithful legion of fans and hundreds of mentions in the press.
"While Lazy Cakes are designed to slow you down, sales of these brownies are anything but slow," said Terry Harris, CEO HBB, LLC., the makers of Lazy Cakes. "Store owners across the country tell us that they have a hard time keeping them in stock and consumers are ordering them by the case from our website."
Lazy Cakes are a delicious, chocolate alternative to medication and narcotics that can help you relax and fall asleep. The Lazy Cakes™ ingredients are the same ingredients that your grandmother uses to make brownies, but they also contain supplements including Melatonin, Valerian Root, and Rose Hips to ease you into a smooth state of relaxation.
Since February, the Lazy Cakes phenomenon has been featured on more than thirty television stations across the country including recent segments on Good Day Columbus and on KLSA- CBS in Shreveport, LA, as well as segments on stations in: Montgomery, AL; Monterey, CA; Sacramento, CA; Grand Junction, CO; Washington, DC; Fort Myers, FL; Jacksonville, FL; Miami, FL; Honolulu, HI; Davenport, IA; Champaign, IL; South Bend, IN; Baton Rouge, LA; Monroe, LA; Shreveport, LA; Portland, ME; Flint, MI; St. Louis, MO; Hattieburg, MS; Greensboro, NC; Raleigh, NC; Minot, ND; Lincoln, NE; Utica, NY; Oklahoma City, OK; Philadelphia, PA; Providence, RI; Greenville, SC; Knoxville, TN; Memphis, TN; Nashville, TN; Odessa, TX; San Angelo, TX; San Antonio, TX; Tyler, TX; Waco, TX; Wichita Falls, TX; Charleston, WV; and Parkersburg, WV.
Scores of local radio DJs from Florida to Massachusetts and Tennessee to Ohio have also been talking about and trying Lazy Cakes, turning them into a pop culture craze. The brownies even caught the eye of nationally syndicated radio personality Mancow Muller, who interviewed one of the creators on two separate occasions in March, and of the producers at National Public Radio who also featured the product – in response to the extensive press coverage website traffic to mylazycakes.com has soared.
Coupled with editors in a bevy of media outlets including the Phoenix News Times, Moxie Bird, the Twitter and Facebook communities are driving an online bandwagon straight to the Lazy Cakes website. To get your hands on one of these chocolaty, delicious Lazy Cakes or for additional information visit www.mylazycakes.com and don't forget to click on the link to find out how to get "Brownie Points."
For product news, promotions and contests, follow Lazy Cakes on Twitter at @larrylazycakes and join the company's Facebook fan page at http://www.facebook.com/LazyCakes. For additional information or to inquire about becoming a distributor (limited territories available), contact HBB, LLC at 901-461-1542.