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Fresh Beginnings

Gift Tin / Cookie Tin, 1930's Roadster, Red Barn & Bear, 7" Round

Gift Tin / Cookie Tin, 1930's Roadster, Red Barn & Bear, 7" Round

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  • Pattern:  Vintage Cookie Tin, Yellow 1930's Roadster, Red Barn and Bear eating cookies, Collectible Tin from Fresh Beginnings
  • Vintage: 1990's
  • Details:   This is such a cute cookie tin!  It features a country scene where a Bear is eating chocolate chip cookies by a red barn.  All this makes sense if you know a little more about the cookie maker, Fresh Beginnings, Inc., see below for a brief history.  The tin is navy blue with a yellow stripe along the lid border.  It has the copyright logo and "Fresh Beginnings, Inc." on the side.  The painting on the lid is signed by "Ryan".  Great for country / farmhouse decor, or for a tin collector or vintage car aficionado.
  • Material:  Metal / Tin
  • Dimensions:  7.25 inches in Diameter and 2.75 inches Tall
  • Condition:  Vintage - Used.  Excellent Condition.  There are no chips, dents or scratches anywhere on this tin.  There is no rust inside or out.  Please review all pictures and make sure you love this item before purchasing, we can't accept returns.  Please remember these are ANTIQUE and VINTAGE items, they are NOT new, every effort has been made to show any scratches, wear and tear and imperfections. 

Fresh Beginnings, Inc was founded by Judy and Hugh Hathcock in Valdosta, Georgia 30 years ago.  They created a unique recipe for a fresh chocolate chip cookie that would ship nationwide and today that remains their #1 best seller.  Their parent company is CDK Global, a leading enabler of end-to-end automotive commerce.  Fresh Beginnings enjoys a special relationship with the automotive industry like auto and RV dealers, but also realtors, and other business.  These businesses send gift tins with cookies, and other baked goods, as thank you gifts to their clients.   We think all this explains the country scene on the lid: (Valdosta is in Lowndes County which is mostly rural), the yellow roadster, (targets the automotive commerce sector) and the bear eating their delicious cookies, well who wouldn't want to eat these cookies?!

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