UA Announces the Leo’s Donuts Maple Bacon Customer of the Year

We at UA, the unofficial sponsors of Leo’s Donuts and Coffee House, are proud to announce Eric as the recipient of the first annual Maple Bacon Customer of the Year.

“In selecting our first annual Maple Bacon Customer of the Year, we wanted to find someone who embodies the strong principles of our vaunted Maple Bacon line, and we found just the right guy at the right time,” said Andra Shortt, owner of Leo’s. “Some of our customers are strong with bacon, but short on maple, or vice versa. In Eric’s case, he’s a veritable donut renaissance man.”*

This years MBCOY enjoying maple bacony goodness before driving-off in the Leomobile.
This year’s MBCOY enjoying maple bacony goodness before driving-off in the Leomobile.**

When approached about this honor, Eric stated “No self-respecting lawyer wants to be associated with Starbucks, but being a Leo’s Lawyer is just fine with me,” before excusing himself to consume the fourth MBD of the day.

When asked later to clarify his thoughts, Eric exclaimed “Know Jared on the Subway commercials? I can see myself being that guy for Leo’s. As long as they’re willing to keep me supplied with insulin, I’m good with that.”

“I always knew I’d be here someday. I was born for it.”

Reaching the pinnacle of the donut world is no small feat, and congratulations are in order.

Asked for comment, Scott Greenfield, the New York-based prolific proprietor at Simple Justice, who is not the Leo’s Donuts Maple Bacon Customer of the Year, snorted “He just does this to torment me.”

*Not actual comments by Ms. Shortt, but comments we at UA hope she would say.

**Was not actually allowed to drive the Leomobile, but a guy can dream, can’t he?

6 thoughts on “UA Announces the Leo’s Donuts Maple Bacon Customer of the Year

    1. You can’t see me, but I’m crying. Yes, I really am. And it’s almost Christmas, I have no maple bacon donut and I’m really, really sad.

  1. Congratulations! I had my first bacon maple donut this year, and I’m sorry to say I didn’t like it. And I like bacon and maple donuts separately. Maybe I didn’t have the right bacon maple donuts. I might have to make the pilgrimage to Leo’s to try the bacon maple donut that has brought you so much glory.

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