A popular Highland bakery has revealed the staggering number of free cakes on offer in the first month of its new loyalty scheme.
Since the Baker’s Half-Dozen cards launched on June 19, Harry Gow fans have picked up 20,000 loyalty cards – each with the potential to earn its owner a free cake.
Fraser Gow, director at Harry Gow, said:
“The response to our Baker’s Half-Dozen loyalty cards has been beyond anything we could have imagined!
“We understand that living costs are rising, and truly appreciate that customers have stuck by us through such uncertain times – so it’s great to be able to give back to our communities like this.
“Whether they choose to pick up a dream ring, fern cake, pineapple tart, marzipan apple, or any of our cakes – we hope that a little freebie once in a while raises a smile and brightens up our customers’ day.”
The Baker’s Half-Dozen scheme is available in all of Harry Gow shops across Inverness, the Highlands and Moray, with customers earning a free cake of their choice after collecting six stamps.
Harry Gow’s award-winning bakes are available from its retail outlets found across Inverness, the Highlands and Moray – with the eighteenth due to open in Aviemore this summer.
Harry Gow was crowned the first Scottish Baker of the Year in 2012, and to date is the only bakery to have scooped the top award twice – winning again in 2019.
Harry Gow’s products are also found in 34 Co-op stores across the north of Scotland, in two branches of Morrisons and one Asda location.