Great American Cookies

What is Sweeter than Cookies? Reading

Great American Cookies announced that it is hosting its second annual Reading is SWEET! National Book Drive to benefit local libraries and charities across the country. The company, which created the program in 2010 to celebrate October as National Cookie Month and National Book Month, collected more than 7,000 books during the program’s first year. Great American Cookies is managed by GFG Management LLC, a subsidiary of Global Franchise Group.

Patriots Can Live the Dream at Great American Cookies

GFG Management LLCannounced the launch of the Great American Cookies Great American Patriot Program, designed to help members of the armed forces own a piece of the American Dream: a small business. The program, available to qualifying veterans from all branches of the U.S. Military, includes a 15 percent discount on Great American Cookies franchise fees. Great American Cookies is managed by GFG Management LLC, a subsidiary of Global Franchise Group.

Meet Doc Cohen, the First Franchisee in IFA’s Hall of Fame

Lawrence “Doc” Cohen, a veteran of the franchise industry who first franchised Great American Cookies 32 years ago, became the first-ever franchisee inducted into the International Franchise Association’s (IFA) Hall of Fame.

The award, which was presented to Cohen at the IFA’s annual convention last week in Las Vegas, recognizes individuals who have contributed to the advancement of the IFA and the franchising community. The Hall of Fame includes quick-serve greats such as Dave Thomas, Ray Kroc, Fred DeLuca, and Col. Harland Sanders.

What's More Romantic Than Heart-Shaped Cookie Cakes?

Great American Cookies announced the addition of several new romantic heart-shaped Cookie Cake designs to their extensive Cookie Cake catalog just in time for Valentine's Day.  

The company is also introducing a new line of windowed gift boxes, available for a limited time, which allow customers to view their Cookie Cake before they open the box.

Quick-Serve U.

There’s a Wingstop in Dallas where the counters aren’t so neat and the owner drips batter onto the floor, and when tongs fall into the deep fryer, managers stare inside thinking of ways to get them out.

Welcome to Wingstop U. Not a real store, but a mock-up Wingstop that’s part of the company’s headquarters, where training of new franchisees takes place.