Together, let's show our appreciation for the small businesses that enrich our communities and contribute to their growth and vitality. By intentionally supporting them, we foster a thriving local economy and help businesses continue to grow.
Four years ago, we embarked on a journey to bring delicious, Belgian Liege waffles straight to your doorstep. And what a journey it's been! This past year has been filled with exciting milestones and delicious new flavors that we couldn't wait to share with our customers.
Hills and Valleys. This past year had both. Running a business and a family and trying to grow both, keeps you on your toes. Send Me Waffles continued to grow this past year with the help of our wonderful customers, friends and family. We had an exciting holiday season complete with our largest corporate order to date!
This past year has been difficult for many businesses. For us, as a new business, one which entered its first full calendar year with promise and excitement, it was a bit jarring to be thrown in to a year darkened by a Global Pandemic. Running a business is hard. Growing a business is hard. And then throw in a world turned upside down...well, that's hard too.
We love shipping across the U.S., but we realize in the era of Amazon, customers do not like to pay for shipping. Therefore, we decided to offer local PickUp for anyone who would like to save on the cost of shipping.
We will be offering our sales for the holiday season during the Black Friday weekend. We encourage you to send waffles to friends and family throughout the month and not just close to Christmas.
When Ilene Friedman ’06 moved into the Apartment Communities for her junior year, she had no idea it would influence her career path. With her own kitchen for her last two years of college, she and future husband Keegan Bailey ’06 could emulate Rachael Ray’s 30-minute meals.
So as we start the year 2020, we wanted to say thank you for not letting us do stupid things...alone. Thank you for standing by our side and helping us to grow. We will continue to spread the WAFFLOVE and we can not do it without you!
National Waffle Day falls on Saturday this year, and we’re focusing on it for two reasons: First, the holiday has Capital Region roots; and secondly, the area has plenty of fluffy and decadent waffle options to try.
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