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Creator of Dave's Killer Bread and Team Host Events in Alaska Oct. 7- 17

Dave's killer bread DEBUTS NEW PRODUCT tasting tour OCTOBER 7 - 17 at costco AND SAM'S CLUB stores throughout ALASKA

Company Creator, Dave Dahl, will also present and share his inspirational story with at-risk teens at detention centers during his visit

Portland, Ore. - October 3, 2011 - Dave's Killer Bread today announced it will kick-off its new product tasting tour at Costco and Sam's Club stores throughout Anchorage and Fairbanks, Alaska. Dave will also inspire teens at McLaughlin Youth Center in Anchorage and at Fairbanks Youth Facility (addresses and times below), sharing his inspirational story as ex drug addict and dealer turned whole grain bread innovator. He spent over a decade and a half in prison, soul searching to unveil his true passion - baking healthy breads.

Dave Dahl, Creator of the uniquely famous organic whole grain seeded breads, and his team will host fun-filled tasting events at Costco and Sam's Club, sampling his most popular breads including Good Seed, 21 Whole Grains, Peace Bomb, Powerseed, and Sin Dawg cinnamon rolls. Each location will carry select items from the wide array of Dave's Killer Bread whole grain products.

Tasting Tour Schedule:

Oct. 7- 9, Store hours

Oct. 7, 3:30-5:30pm: Dave himself to meet and greet fans

Costco, 330 West Dimond Blvd, Anchorage, Alaska 99515-1950



Oct. 8 - 9, 10:30 am - 4:30 pm
Oct 9: Dave himself to meet and greet fans

Sam's Club, 8801 Old Seward Highway, Anchorage, Alaska, 99515



Oct. 12 - 14, Store hours

Oct 12, 3 - 6 pm: Dave himself to meet and greet fans

Costco, 4125 DeBarr Road, Anchorage, Alaska 99508-3115



Oct 15 - 16, 10:30 am - 4:30 pm
Oct 16: Dave himself to meet and greet fans

Sam's Club, 48 College Road, Fairbanks, AK 99701


"We are excited to hit the road and share our new killer breads with Alaska fans!  Following great demand, we couldn't be happier to make Dave's Killer Breads available to Costco and Sam's Club customers throughout Alaska," said Dave Dahl, Co-Founder, Dave's Killer Bread.

Youth presentation schedule:

Speaking engagements are open for media to attend with RSVP to Andrea Larson at andrea@every-idea.com, however, closed to the public.

October 8, 1:00 pm

McLaughlin Youth Center

2600 Providence Drive

Anchorage, AK 99508



October 15, 2:00 pm

Fairbanks Youth Facility

1502 Wilbur Street

Fairbanks, AK 99701

Dave practices his vision of "making the world a better place, one loaf of bread at a time," by speaking to and inspiring groups of troubled kids, prisoners, business groups, and others. He believes that the only way to really keep growing is to share the great lessons he has learned. "At Dave's Killer Bread, we strive to make a meaningful impact in the communities we serve. Sharing my story with people who find value and inspiration in it is what inspires me," said Dave Dahl, Co-Founder, Dave's Killer Bread. 

About Dave's Killer BreadDave's Killer Bread bakes and distributes whole grain bread products throughout the Pacific Northwest at leading grocery stores and local markets. The company's vision is "to make the world a better place one loaf of bread at a time." Founded by Dave Dahl, brother Glenn and nephew Shobi, the Dave's Killer Bread mission is to "bake the highest quality whole grain and organic bread without compromise," as well as "contributing positively to the community and creating a respectful and enjoyable place for our employees to work." In 2011, the company was ranked by Inc. 5000 as one of the "Fastest Growing Companies in the U.S.," the "Ethics in Business Award" by The Rotary Club, Portland Business Journal, and Willamette University, and the "2011 Local Hero Award" by Edible Portland in the Food Artisan category in Portland, OR. Dave's motto says it all, "just say no to bread on drugs," which means organic ingredients with no preservatives. Visit www.daveskillerbread.com for information.

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