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Published September 11, 2012 4:00 pm
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America First Credit Union is probably the first financial institution in the state — maybe the country — to have its own cupcake.

The Utah credit union recently teamed up with The Sweet Tooth Fairy Bake Shops for its "Cupcake Friday" events. On specified days, customers can visit one of the 9 Sweet Tooth Fairy locations is Utah and receive one of the marbled blue cakes for free. The treats are filled with Bavarian cream, topped with vanilla frosting and decorated with a custom-designed chocolate wafer with the credit union's eagle logo.

To learn more about when these cupcake give-aways happen, "Like" America First's Facebook page.

The Sweet Tooth Fairy and 9 locations in Utah:

Layton • Harris Plaza 2065 North Harris Boulevard

Salt Lake City • Foothill Village 1334 Foothill Drive

West Valley City • Valley Fair Mall 3599 South 2700 West

Murray • The Point @ 5300 5291 South State Street

Midvale • Family Center at Fort Union 1140 Fort Union Boulevard

Draper • Peaks 101 East 12300 South

Orem • University Village @ University Mall 1064 South 750 East

Provo • East Bay 1227 South University Avenue

St. George • Pineview Plaza 2376 Red Cliffs Drive






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