Missing Bakersman Hunt

Missing Bakersman Hunt

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A fun day for the whole family on Easter Sunday

A true South African icon, the Bakersman, is missing – help find him by joining the Missing Bakersman Hunt!

With lots of fun rewards to be handed out and delicious Bakers biscuits up for grabs, it’s a search with a difference and a great day out for the whole family!


Sunday, 8th of April 2007


From 11h00


– Gold Reef City

– Johannesburg Zoo

– Pretoria Zoo

– Brightwater Commons

– Jabulani Mall


As per venue



Did You Know?

Bakers has been baking biscuits for over 150 years.

The Bakersman logo was registered in 1923 and has been adding his touch of magic to every packet of Bakers biscuit produced since then.

The Bakersman image is modelled on the grocery men of the time.

The name Eet-Sum-Mor was coined in the early 1940s when the then biscuit sales manager said “these are so nice you just want to eat some more.”

Marie biscuits were named after the bride of Alfred, the Duke of Edinburgh and was the daughter of a Russian Empress.

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