Silver Spoon Bakery Holds Cupcake Contest to Raise Money for Charity

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"Caring with Cupcakes" offers the chance for customers to design and name a special cupcake, which will be sold throughout the year. The winner will be featured on Facebook and the main website, with a portion of the proceeds going to the winner's favorite charity.

Silver Spoon Bakery, a Rhode Island bake shop specializing in delivery service of traditional and gluten-free treats, is proud to announce its inaugural "Caring with Cupcakes" contest. Participants are asked to design and name a cupcake, with the winner's cupcake featured as one on Silver Spoon Bakery's menu for a year. The winner will receive recognition for designing and naming the cupcake and their charity of choice will receive a portion of the proceeds from the sale of their special cupcake.

"I am so excited to be running a fun and meaningful contest like this," said Kelly Colgan, owner, Silver Spoon Bakery. "'Caring with Cupcakes' is about giving back and we believe it is important to involve our customers not only in the creation of our treats, but in donating to the organizations that mean the most to them."

The contest was kicked off at the 'Cupcake Throwdown', a competition among Rhode Island's bakeries and bakers, held at The Towers in Narragansett, RI, on Sunday, March 27. To learn more about the competition and submit your entry, please visit us at facebook.com/SilverSpoonBakery and silverspoonbakery.com.

About Silver Spoon Bakery
Silver Spoon Bakery is a Rhode Island bake shop specializing in delivery of traditional and gluten-free treats. The bakery was founded based on the beliefs that indulging shouldn't come with a slew of harmful and hard-to-pronounce ingredients, inconvenience or subpar baking standards. Using the freshest, finest and local ingredients in Rhode Island, Silver Spoon Bakery bakes from scratch and can customize each order according to need or desire and always offer complimentary deliver throughout Rhode Island.

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