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Montco Bakery Helps Eagle’s Brandon Graham Raise Money

What do football and baked goods have in common? Well for one, carbs are a great source of energy. No, seriously.

While carbs are not what we’re here to talk about, they play an important role in the story.

 Collegeville Italian Bakery, a Montco Bakery Helps Eagle’s Brandon Graham Raise Money.

Eagles defensive Brandon Graham and the bakery have launched Detroit 55 Pizza.

Graham, who is originally from Detroit, has a deep love for Detroit za.

Undeniably, our area has pretty amazing pizza. I mean just look at this:

Albeit, carbs aren’t great all the time. But everyone needs a good pizza every now and then.

Alas, the promotional pizza will be loaded with pepperoni, bacon, sauce, mozzarella and other cheeses.

In essence, pizza may sound a little strange for a bakery right? Wrong! Collegeville Italian Bakery houses Pizzeria Napoletano.

In addition to their bakery menu, they also serve up ice cream, salads, strombolis, sandwiches and so much more!

For every pizza sold, $2 will be donated to the Eagles Autism Foundation.

Currently, the Eagles Autism Challenge is dedicated to raising funds for innovative research and care programs.

As stated, they provide necessary resources to doctors and scientists at leading institutions. For that reason, they are able to assist those currently affected by autism as well as future generations.

Collectively, the foundation fundraising events hope to inspire and engage the community. Given that we can provide much-needed support to make a lasting impact in the field of autism.

Today, millions of people around the world are connected to autism.

The Center for Disease Control estimates that 1 in 44 people under 21 living in the United States are on the autism spectrum. This makes it the fastest-growing developmental disorder.

For Eagles owner and CEO Jeffrey Lurie, it is personal.

With autism in his own family, Lurie knows his is just one of many. So many families deal with this condition. Lurie has seen first hand what a difference these resources can make.


“At the Eagles, we take our responsibility to the community very seriously and look for how to best leverage our brand and ability to bring people together in order to drive critical resources and funding to autism.

We want to give a voice to families who live with autism – the ones who are out there every day advocating, promoting, supporting, and seeking out opportunities for their loved ones.

One organization can’t do it alone, so we are partnering with thought leaders to advance scientific breakthroughs.

Together all of us can shift from autism awareness to action for transformational impact, not only in Philadelphia but throughout the country and the world.”

Montco Bakery Helps Eagle’s Brandon Graham Raise Money

10 Best Places For Bagels In Wilmington

10 Best Places For Bagels In Wilmington

What’s better than a fresh bagel with a cup of coffee to get your morning started?   Crunchy on the outside and chewy on the inside.   Sandwich bagels, pizza bagels, lox and cream cheese, just butter, there are endless options when it comes to topping them off.  And don’t even get me started on all the different types of bagels and all the flavors of cream cheese.  So many to choose from.

National Calendar Day says that Sunday, January 15th is National Bagel Day.  To give you a little history, they go on to say that Polish-Jewish immigrants introduced the bagel to the United States. Throughout New York City and the surrounding boroughs, they grew thriving businesses.  This is still true today.  Some say no bagels are better than a New York Bagel.  I think it has something to do with the water there.

So, naturally with National Bagel Day only a few days away, we wanted to know where to best places to grab a bagel are in Wilmington.  To do this, we took to the drew over at YELP, who determined this based on user reviews.

Here are the 10 best places for bagels in Wilmington for National Bagel Day