CINCINNATI — Retailers here expect an attention-getting celebration of National Donut Day, Friday, June 4, to boost doughnut sales for everybody for miles around. The event has been organized by the Greater Cincinnati Retail Bakers Association, in conjunction with the Salvation Army, which is celebrating its 125th anniversary. While the celebration is a first for Cincinnati, Donut Day is not new. In fact, the Salvation Army first recognized the doughnut with its own day in 1938. The ...

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