Cake and a Prayer™ Announces a Unique Way to Honor the Men In Your Life on Father's Day

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Have you given enough ties and completely outfitted Dad's barbeque? This Father's Day, honor the men in your life in a unique way. Satisfy his palate and nourish his soul with a Father's Day gift from Cake and a Prayer™.

Cake and a Prayer™ is an online specialty provider of unique and uplifting gifts suitable for any occasion. The Cake and a Prayer™ flagship product is a perfect gift for Father's Day that includes: personal prayer message for your father on a 4x6 linen card, 6-inch succulent pound cake and elegantly framed words of inspiration selected specifically for Father's Day.

Cake and a Prayer's™ on-line ordering system provides pre-written and personal prayer messages, words of inspiration and scriptures sorted by occasion. 99% of our clients use the messages provided on our site, but the option to edit and further personalize is also available. In either case, we make it easy to find the right words and to create a customized gift with an impact that will last a lifetime.

"Now this is a special gift! And exquisitely packaged! What a wonderful idea - a deliciously sweet cake to bring one comfort and joy, and a beautifully-framed prayer to encourage and inspire! Of course, my cake is long gone, but the prayer is with me every single day! I will indeed share this gift with many others!"

Visit our website to see more testimonials on how Cake and a Prayer™ has touched, moved and inspired people across the country.

While the recipe to our moist delicious cakes is top secret, we do share the essential C-A-K-E ingredients with all of our Father's Day gift recipients: Compassion, Abundance, Kindness and Encouragement to rejuvenate his Spirit and nourish his Soul.

Order your Father's Day gift by June 11, 2008 to ensure delivery in time for Father's Day at Cake and a Prayer™ or 1-800-228-CAKE (2253). Enjoy $10 off your Father's Day gift order when you enter promo code: FDPR061508. Offer expires at midnight on June 11, 2008.


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Kimberly Crayton Corley