Huntington Beach, Calif.–Do you need some fresh baked from downtown’s cookie expert, Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory? The cookies are fresh baked on premises and sold in varieties ranging from sugar, to chocolate chip or peanut butter. With an innovative ad program launched at Huntington Beach, a coupon web site allows you to not only have your cookies and eat them, too, but also wash them down with a free cup of coffee just down half a block at IHOP.


The successful Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory in Huntington Beach is one of several such businesses along the coast in Belmont Shore, Long Beach, and downtown Surf City. A family-owned and operated company for several decades, you’ll most likely see Steve Daniel, his wife, Maxine, and sons, working in the Huntington Beach store on Main Street in the heart of and hub of the city, or at Shoreline Village in Long Beach's Rainbow Lagoon.


Selling thousands of candy apples, pieces of chocolate, freshly crafted fudge, lollipops, and seasonal gifts, the Daniel family offers one more reason that visitors and local residents find Huntington Beach’s business community so appealing. Responsible for over 10 years of Halloween on Main Street, the entrepreneurial family and Steve Daniels helped start and launch Huntington Beach’s Downtown Business Improvement District several years ago, and the results of his efforts include Surf City Nights weekly street fair and farmers market, plus marketing efforts such as


The coupon craze has never been hotter and the offers on prove it. Top hair salons offer discounts and free haircuts with other services,  save on Chinese food at Huntington Beach’s Gong’s on Warner and Golden West Street. The successful Chinese restaurant has fed residents and visitors for over 30 years, but they, too, have seen declines in business during this latest economic cycle. Gong’s Chinese is offering savings on the site with a coupon you can print and present for discounts.


Best of all, the ads are free to place! Merchants are charged absolutely nothing for exposure to their businesses. Over 100 merchants have taken advantage of this project since it was first launched in 2005. Today, it has a new name, but it’s still offering the same great deals as when it began. Launched to promote struggling, small companies initially, the economy took a turn and even once-successful restaurants, dry cleaners, car dealers and car shops are seeing business drop.


Huntington Beach Coupon isn’t the only coupon saver around, but it’s free ad placement and non-exclusive print agreements allow shops and businesses to participate at no cost or commitment. For more information, visit



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