Oklahoma family business sees community support

THIS STORY? JUST BAKED A BAKE AND BAKE ON MUSTANG STREET BELOW I-40 POSTED A FACEBOOK POST THIS MORNING TELLING PEOPLE THAT HARD TIMES MAY MEAN TO CLOSE PRAY FOR HER CUSTOMERS. SO THE SUMMER BEGAN THAT I WAS OUT OF SCHOOL. IT HAS BEEN REALLY DIFFICULT WITHIN HOURS AFTER JUST A FEW OPENINGS THEIR COMMUNITY HAS FLOWED INTO A FULL STORE AND NEW CUSTOMERS WHO WOULD NEVER HEARD OF THE PLACE. I THOUGHT THEY WERE POSTED ON FACEBOOK AND WE EVEN HAD FAILURES AROUND THE CITY. SO WE THINK WE CAN ALSO HELP OUR LOCAL BUSINESS FROM ALL THE STORE RUN BY A SMALL FAMILY. MY MOTHER AND I OWN THIS RESTAURANT OUR HUSBANDS WORK HERE TOGETHER AND BY PIECE OF CAKE THIS GREAT CUSTOMER SAYS THEY GET THE BEST FOR THEIR MONEY BUT I CAN CHANGE FIRST. IT WAS LIKE, OH IT’S GOING TO BE GREAT, BUT IT’S GOING TO COST YOUR MONEY. THE STORE’S CO-OWNER SAYS THEY ARE GRATEFUL FOR THE ANSWER, BUT THERE IS ONE THING THEY NEED TO KEEP

Oklahoma family business sees community support after Facebook post

Just Baked, a bakery and deli on Mustang Road off Interstate 40, posted on Facebook Friday morning, telling people that tough times may require them to close.

After a Facebook post about hard times, an Oklahoma family business sees an incredible outpouring of support from the community. Just Baked, a bakery and deli on Mustang Road off Interstate 40, posted on Facebook Friday morning, telling people that tough times may require them to close. They prayed for customers to be spared.”We’ve had a really rough month. Since the start of summer, since school’s been out, it’s been really rough,” said Katlyn Swaffer, co-owner of Just Baked. Within a few hours, after just a few actions, their community appeared. There was a line out the door and new customers who had never heard of the place.”I saw their Facebook post and we’re driving through town, so I thought we might as well help our local business,” Natalie Hensley said. a customer. The entire store is run by a small family. “My mom and I own this restaurant together, our husbands work here,” Swaffer said. With large slices of cake, customers said they’re getting the most bang for their buck “When I saw her cut the first one, I thought it’s going to be delicious, but it’s going to be worth your money,” Hensley said. The store’s co-owner said they’re grateful for the response, but there’s one more thing they need to keep their store open.”Just more business. Steady business all week,” Swaffer said.

After a Facebook post about hard times, an Oklahoma family business sees an incredible outpouring of support from the community.

Just Baked, a bakery and deli on Mustang Road off Interstate 40, posted on Facebook Friday morning, telling people that tough times may require them to close. They prayed for the clients to save them.

“We’ve had a really tough month. Since the beginning of summer, since school’s out, it’s been really tough,” said Katlyn Swaffer, co-owner of Just Baked.

Within hours, after just a few shares, their community appeared. There was a line out the door and new customers who had never heard of the place.

“I saw their post on Facebook and we’re driving through town so I thought we might as well help out our local business,” said Natalie Hensley, a customer.

The whole shop is run by a small family.

“My mom and I own this restaurant together, our husbands work here,” Swaffer said.

With large slices of the pie, customers said they are getting the best bang for their buck.

“When I saw him cut the first one, I was like, ‘It’s going to be delicious, but it’s going to be worth your money,'” Hensley said.

The co-owner of the store said they are grateful for the response, but there is one more thing they need to keep their store open.

“Just more business. Steady business all week,” Swaffer said.

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