By Gel Delos Santos, Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce
CHINO HILLS-Esther and Charles Cuellar are the new owners of a franchise called Nothing Bundt Cakes. They currently have one location in West Covina, and they will be opening a second location, in Chino Hills, on April 8, 2016. Esther is an experienced franchiser who has worked in restaurants for 25 years, and she has always been passionate about having a business that has to do with food. She currently owns two other franchises: Yogurtland and Jersey Mike’s. There is something about the culture behind the franchise business that she really likes and enjoys.
She is very excited about her new franchise. When asked why she chose cakes, she said
“Cakes are so easy for people to get hooked on!” She chose to open a Chino Hills location so that she can be rooted in the Chino Valley, creating relationships that will keep her business open and help her be part of the community for a long time. Furthermore, giving back to the community is very important to her, so she is partnering with the Let It Be Foundation, which helps families care for their sick children. When the restaurant opens on April 8, it will be a Benefit Day, which means that 20% of all sales that day will be donated to the Let It Be Foundation.
Come and join the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce for Nothing Bundt Cakes’ ribbon cutting on Friday, April 8, 2016, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. This will be followed by a Grand Opening the next day, Saturday, April 9, when the first 50 customers purchasing a Bundt cake will receive a card for a free Bundtlet every month for a whole year. Nothing Bundt Cakes will be open every day: Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce proudly welcomes Nothing Bundt Cakes to the Chino Valley community.