Eat Free Pretzels With Stanley From 'The Office' at Beachwood Place Sept. 28

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Stanley Hudson, from the beloved workplace comedy The Office, loves soft pretzels, especially on Pretzel Day.

"I wake up every morning in a bed that's too small, drive my daughter to a school that's too expensive, and then I go to work to a job for which I get paid too little, but on Pretzel Day? Well, I like Pretzel Day," he explains in the fifth episode of season three.



Now the actor who portrays him, Leslie David Baker, is headed to Beachwood Place's Center Court for a meet and greet that involves plenty of free pretzels (until supplies last, of course) and other "fun activities." The Sept. 28th event is set to run noon through 3 p.m.

National Pretzel Day is officially April 26, so we're not quite there yet, but thankfully in America we can celebrate the humble pretzel any day of the week. 



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