Austin, TX (PRWEB) April 24, 2018
Tiff’s Treats, the original warm cookie concept, is excited to expand their footprint in Nashville with the debut of their second store located in the Midtown area. Located at 2422 Elliston Place (the former location of Jake’s Bakes) this store will service the Vanderbilt community as well as the Midtown area. The store will host their grand opening celebration on Sunday, April 29th with a charitable kick off from 10am to 3pm to benefit Small World Yoga, a non-profit organization that is near and dear to Tiff’s Treats. Small World Yoga was founded by Liz Veyhl, wife of Jake Veyhl, former owner of Jake’s Bakes and the current Nashville District Manager of Tiff’s Treats. Small World Yoga strives to enhance the lives of the Nashville community with yoga. Volunteer teachers partner with nonprofits including homeless shelters, public schools, detention centers, senior living facilities and libraries to provide weekly free yoga classes.
There is a reason why people line up overnight when a Tiff’s Treats store opens. To celebrate on opening day, the first 40 people in line at 10am will be given a $100 Tiff’s Treats gift card. All others in line at 10am will get a $10 gift card (must be 18 or older). In honor of the opening, customers will be able to purchase a dozen cookies for only $5, and Tiff’s Treats will donate all the sales from opening day to Small World Yoga, up to $5,000. Customers can purchase up to three one-dozen boxes filled with one of Tiff’s Treats most irresistible flavors: chocolate chip, snickerdoodle or oatmeal raisin. Normally, customers are encouraged to place orders by website, app, or phone, either for pick up or delivery, and cookies are baked on demand and delivered still warm from the oven. But for this event, no advance order is needed.
In addition, customers are encouraged to bring a new or gently used yoga mat to donate to Small World Yoga to receive a $5 Tiff's Treats gift card. Everyone who attends the opening day celebration will have a chance to win free cookies for a year!
“We are so humbled by the overwhelming response we have seen from the Nashville community with our first store in The Gulch” said Tiffany Chen, co-founder of Tiff’s Treats. The company recently announced their merger with Jake’s Bakes and have spent the past month renovating the former Jake’s Bakes location to become a signature Tiff’s Treats store. “We are thrilled to have the opportunity to continue servicing the Midtown area with our fresh, warm cookies,” explains co-founder Leon Chen. “Geographically, Tiff’s Treats always thrives in a college community. We love the energy, entrepreneurial spirit and appetites that come with campus life,” explains Chen. “Tiffany and I started the company while we were sophomores in college at University of Texas and we know that this demographic resonates really well with our mission,” shares Chen.
In addition to satiating everyday cookie cravings, Tiff’s Treats is very philanthropically minded. “As a company, we are committed to being an active community member by supporting organizations that we know directly touch our customers,” explains co-founder Chen. The money raised on opening day for Small World Yoga will be used to help further the mission to connect people and create community by increasing access to yoga and growing outreach programs in the Nashville community.
More About Tiff’s Treats
Tiff’s Treats created the warm cookie delivery concept. Tiff’s Treats makes and delivers classic, baked-to-order cookies and brownies straight from the oven to the home or office, WARM, in about an hour. Founded in 1999, what started as two friends baking cookies at University of Texas at Austin to help fellow students get through exams has now grown to 39 stores in Texas, Georgia and Tennessee, with more than 700 employees, baking more than 80 million cookies since its inception. The company is consistently focused on giving back: with grand opening fundraisers that fill needs for charities (and hungry bellies for Tiff's Treats fans!), Tiff’s Treats has donated $150,000 to worthy causes. For more information, please visit http://www.cookiedelivery.com.