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Pretzels are normally 90 cents each.
Smales said there will be plenty to go around next Wednesday.
The bakery bakes about 100 pretzels at time.
Emma Smales is the fifth generation of her family to own Smales Pretzel Bakery in Dayton. (Source: Smales Pretzel Bakery/Facebook)
“We will be making them until the end of the day,” she said.
Smales opens at 7 a.m. and closes at 1 p.m.
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The business was founded by her German-born great-great grandfather Rudie Schaaf in 1895 and refined by his daughter, for whom she is named.
Emma took over the family business last year and has made significant upgrades.
Smales now accepts credit cards.