Vote for The Whoopie Pie Festival

Do you like whoopie pies? You know, those perfect rounds of cake sandwiching rich whipped icing in the middle. Whoopie pies are the PA Dutch equivalent of Oreos.
According to food historians, industrious Amish women would bake these delicious desserts with leftover cake batter and icing and would put them in farmers’ lunchboxes. When farmers would find these treats in their lunch, they would shout “Whoopie!”
The recipe for whoopie pies has its origins with the Amish, and in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, it is not uncommon to find roadside farm stands offering these desserts.

This year, like every year, Lancaster County, PA is proud to host the annual Whoopie Pie Festival September 6, 2014.

But this year, unlike previous years, we need your help.

The Whoopie Pie Festival has been nominated by USA Today as a Top 10 Best Specialty Food Festival for 2014.
This honor is huge! And we need your help us get us to the number one spot!

How can you help? VOTE. Vote daily.

You only need to invest a few seconds of your time to vote for the Whoopie Pie Festival. Please vote for the Whoopie Pie Festival today and every day until September 1, 2014.

To vote:
1. Click the image above.
2. This will take you to the Whoopie Pie Festival – Strasburg, Pa page.
3. Scroll down the page and click the blue button that says ‘Vote’.
4. Vote for our fun festival once a day until September 1, 2014.
5. Share this post with everyone you know.
Did you vote? Thank you! Did you share? Thank you again!

We’re currently #4 on the list, but we know your help will propel us to the top spot in no time! And that’s a good thing because we want to share our Whoopie Pie pride with the country!

Thank you for your support.

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