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Thank You and ReStore

November 5, 2012 | By matt | Comments


Baked would like to send a big-hearted thank you to everyone who helped put the soggy, upside down, Baked back together. We could not have made it through Hurricane Sandy and the destruction she left behind without our amazing staff, an army of volunteers, the kindness of Red Hook residents/business owners alike, and the deluge of thoughtful emails/tweets sending sweet wishes.

On another note, Red Hook still needs lots of help. Many businesses and livelihoods were destroyed, and many are in dire need. We are currently directing all donation inquiries to ReStore Red Hook to help small business owners overcome the overwhelming task of rebuilding their business. And don’t forget to come and visit Red Hook more often…it is like a scruffier version of Mayberry with a lot of heart and soul and it will need your smiling faces over the next few months.

In the meantime, Baked is slowly getting back into the cake, cookie, pie, brownie, loaf, and cupcake business. Thanks again.

matt + nato

  • Dafna Adler (Stellina Sweets)

    I am so very glad that BAKED is getting back on its feet so quickly. It sounds like you guys were luckier than many others in the neighborhood, and it’s wonderful to see how everyone in Red Hook is banding together to help and support each other! Y’all are a special group in a special neighborhood– I really wish I could be there to lend a hand in person. I certainly will visit again, hopefully sooner rather than later; in the meantime, I wish everyone continued recovery and relief. Red Hook is in my thoughts!!

  • http://twitter.com/KellyPerry Kelly Perry

    I’m so happy to see this! I will definitely be visiting soon as my brother and his girlfriend have just recently relocated to Red Hook! You guys (and the rest of everyone affected by Sandy) are always in my thoughts!

  • Karen Becker

    I am so glad you guys are ok. You made my delicious wedding cake in July and I have been thinking about you! Glad to see you are pulling through!

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