A ribbon-cutting and grand opening for the Dayton area’s newest specialty bakery are scheduled for today, Sept. 19.
Representatives of the South Metro Regional Chamber of Commerce, the Miami Twp. Board of Trustees and Miami Twp. administrative staff will be on hand at 11 a.m. today for a ribbon-cutting and grand opening at “Nothing Bundt Cake” at 9632 Springboro Pike (Ohio 741) in the Shoppes at the Exchange retail center north of Austin Landing. The 1,728-square-foot space previously housed Indian Rasoi restaurant.
The bakery sells tiered cakes, “bundtlet” towers, and more sizes and styles of bundt cakes. The franchise bakery is locally owned and operated by Jeff and Renee Hall.
As part of the grand opening week, on Friday, Sept. 21, 20 percent of cake sales will be donated to BOGG (Because of God’s Grace) Ministries, a Miami Twp.-based charitable organization that provides food, clothing and other essentials to people in need. And on Saturday, Sept. 22, the new bakery will award “Free Bundtlets for a Year” (one per month for 12 months) to the first 50 guests starting at 9 a.m., and will host a Family Fun Event from noon to 2 p.m.
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Renee Hall told this news outlet that she became a fan of the Nothing Bundt Cakes concept — and its cakes — through frequent visits to a franchise-owned Nothing Bundt Cakes bakery on Mason-Montgomery Road in the Mason area.
“I fell in love with the product,” Hall said. “And I love their business model and their culture.”
The bakery is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Nothing Bundt Cakes was founded in 1997 and is now headquartered in Addison, Texas, near Dallas. The company operates more than 200 bakeries in 32 states, offering bundt cakes in a variety of sizes and flavors.
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