12-12-12 Marked With Weddings Plus Deals On Meals, Heels
SOUTH FLORIDA (CBSMiami) – For engaged couples, 12-12-12 may not have the numerical appeal of 11-11-11, but it’s a date that won’t return for 100 years.
That fact was enough to attract novelty-seeking couples from across the country to South Florida clerks’ offices.
“There are so few times that people come to the courthouse for good things,” Palm Beach County Clerk Sharon Bock told the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
Bock’s staff will marry 25 couples throughout the day.
Brides and grooms across Broward County are rushing its clerks’ office as well.
“A lot of guys who forget their anniversary, they can remember this date,” Clerk Howard Foreman told the Sun-Sentinel.
Does this talk of marriage have you feeling lonely? Krispy Kreme can help!
Krispy Kreme Doughnuts is offering a BOGO for “12-12-12 Day of the Dozen.” Buy one dozen and get another free with the coupon offered on its Facebook page Wednesday only.
Don’t forget to pair that with a latté: Starbucks ends its “12 Days of Gifting” on 12-12-12 with an offer for 40 percent off a six-pack of Cranberry Bliss Bars. Yum.
For those who don’t have a sweet tooth, Pollo Tropical is offering $12.12 meal deal. Get a whole marinated chicken, large black beans and rice with rolls from 4 to 8 p.m. at participating restaurants. No coupon is necessary.
Not in the mood for food? Give yourself some retail therapy with a 12-12-12 deal at Macy’s.
The retailer is offering a coupon for $10 off $25 purchase good until 1 p.m. Wednesday.
Ladies, shoes are the best form of retail therapy, right?
6pm.com is having a $12 12-12-12 sale on shoes for one day only.
CBS4 marked12:12:12 on 12-12-12 during 12 p.m. newscast:
Whether you’re getting married on 12-12-12 or have to work, enjoy this numerical phenomenon: a date like this won’t happen again for 89 years — on Jan. 1, 2101.
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