Now that Spring is here, The Denver Cupcake Truck and The Cupcake Guy have become very busy with Daily stops, Fairs and Private Parties. We are not only busy with these things, we are also busy with the Press and Photo shoots. For the last 4 weeks we've been going none stop - it has been totally fun and exciting. Over the next few weeks please feel free to tell your friends, family or just a stranger about all the COOL things The Denver Cupcake Truck is doing. Also please feel free to input ideas through email (email@example.com). Over the next few weeks you will start seeing us at some great venues and find some great stops during the day. We will be doing a lot of Trivia Questions with some COOL prizes - so stay tuned, we are getting ready to have some FUN!!
We continue on the road of fundraising for Susan G. Komen and thought one of the best stops in Denver would be the Medical Campus out at Anshutz/Fitzsimmons. We will be on a limited schedule due to a private event in Boulder later in the day. If the demand is high, the Cupcake Guy will return on Friday too.
Our first stop on campus will be near Children's Hospital close to emergency parking, our second stop will be near building 500 in the Ignacio lot. We've heard from many fans, I hope to have enough cupcakes to satisfy all. I will be packing some gluten free.
Plan on getting to the truck early. I will be on campus from 9-11 or until I run out. If I run out, I will return on Friday and will post to give you all a heads up.
We had a great first day on the truck and at the bakery in support of The Cupcakes for the Cure week to benefit the Denver Chapter of Susan G. Komen. Despite a flat tire and the need to replace two of the vintage white walls, we sold a great bunch of cupcakes today. Sorry to leave some of you high and dry in Capitol Hill, I was hoping to be there longer until a great customer pointed out that one of my tires had a very loud hiss. Not exactly the conversation starter I was hoping for, but better there then on the road. So....I took the old truck in and it's in great shape and ready to roll tomorrow.
Our first stop will be at the Susan G. Komen office here in Denver, near PSL and Saint Josephs Hospitals at the intersection by Franklin and 17th.
As always I will park and post.
Anyone wondering the Mystery Flavor/Flavor of the day (FOD)? We don't really have one this week. We are baking up some delicious Strawberry all week in support of Breast Cancer Awareness. So...no mystery this week. We will be back to the FOD next week and you will all be very excited about what we have in store for you.
Hope to see you tomorrow. Remember the purchase of a Rockin' Red Velvet or Strawberry cupcake we will donate $.50 to Susan G. Komen.
Hey all, our truck was hit wit a flat tire and will be going into the shop for a quick repair. We have plenty of cupcakes that are still available. You can find them at our shop at 2216 Kearney Street in the Park Hill neighborhood. We are going to donate $.50 from each cupcake truck cupcake sale at the shop to the Susan G. Komen fund.
See you there. I will have the truck back out tomorrow with a very happy tire.
Ok - Giving The Denver Cupcake Truck a little brake is a good thing - We were very busy last week. This week we will be busier though with Cupcakes for the Cure supporting the Denver Chapter of Susan G Komen. We are going to start our week at Rose Medical Center and Denver Health. We should be at Rose from 10am -11:30, so look for the update on the exact location. If you can't stop by the truck stop in the bakery to support the cause.
The Cupcake Guy had a busy day with all our FANS. He started his day at about 4am by helping open Cake Crumbs Bakery and preparing YUMMY Fresh Cupcakes for the truck. Then he started an interview with NPR who is doing a story on Technology so.... why not use The Denver Cupcake Truck? Jeff the reported was amazed at how The Cupcake Guy worked his day using technology on the old Retro Cupcake Truck. He was also fascinated by the Love of The Denver Cupcake Truck and it's wonderful cupcakes. So he rode along with the Cupcake Guy getting all types of sounds and interviewing customers on how this ideas works. After several hours of being on location in the Highlands neighborhood, the Cupcake Guy dropped off Jeff (NPR Reporter) so he could work on developing what he does best - PUTTING TOGETHER A GREAT STORY. The Cupcake Guy then went of to his next location - 16th & Welton. He was greeted by a group of people but then it became a Crowd. The Cupcake Guy sold out in record time of 25 minutes. Then The Cupcake Guy gathered himself after the big rush and raced across town to take care of some last minute mailings. The clerk at the Post Office saw the Retro Cupcake Truck and started questioning - Are you the Cupcake Guy? You actually sell cupcakes out of that cool truck? When can you park in front of my house? How do I know where you are? The Questions kept rolling out!!! The Cupcake Guy answered everything as fast as possible knowing that he had another appointment with a marketing firm called "Juice Coms". They wanted the Cupcake Guy to present why Social Media / Marketing works. They were fascinated by how this simple idea has such a strong following. After treating the group to fabulous cupcakes - The Cupcake Guy raced his 1969 Ford Vanette again, across town to meet with some friends for Dinner. After dinner and dessert it was a resting time at about 10p.m. - What did The Cupcake Guy learn today? His life was about to get BUSIER.