Linda Hundt (Sweetie-licious)

Lansing
September 17, 2015 / 6:00 PM

About this event

Linda Hundt has won the prestigious 2009 Athena Powerlink award, is a member of Central Michigan University’s Entrepreneurial Center Advisory Board as well as the Clinton County Entrepreneur Committee. She was also the member of the 2008 Selection Committee for Women of the Year, sponsored by Greater Lansing Woman Magazine, and is the co-founder of the DeWitt Farmer’s Market. Sweetie-licious was named the SBTC’s Small Business of the Year in 2006. Linda has been featured in numerous national, state, and local television segments, magazine, and newspapers including Country Living, Midwest Living, and Parade. Linda is a sought-after keynote speaker, speaking on faith, dreams, and love, as well as giving pie baking demonstrations for hundreds of people at a time. Linda Hundt grew up in Lansing, Michigan with a huge sweet tooth, loving her Easybake Oven, and dreaming of owning her own pie shop someday! In 2002, after struggling with depression for many years, Linda quit her job to pursue her life-long dream of starting her pie shop business. As a home-based business, she sold her fare at farm markets and high-end restaurants. In 2005, the business grew into a retail café bakery in DeWitt Michigan. About Sweetie-licious Their Mission is to celebrate love, tradition, and people through good food; to make our friends (customers) feel revered; to offer delicious, homemade pies, baked goods, preserves and comfort foods, specialty merchandise and cooking classes in a happy, loving and nostalgic ambience; to honor tradition by means of honoring our elderly through community service projects and contributions. They have two delicious locations: one in DeWitt and one in Grand Rapids.

Speaker

Linda Hundt (Sweetie-licious)

Linda Hundt

Sweetie-licious

Linda Hundt has won the prestigious 2009 Athena Powerlink award, is a member of Central Michigan University’s Entrepreneurial Center Advisory Board as well as the Clinton County Entrepreneur Committee. She was also the member of the 2008 Selection Committee for Women of the Year, sponsored by Greater Lansing Woman Magazine, and is the co-founder of the DeWitt Farmer’s Market. Sweetie-licious was named the SBTC’s Small Business of the Year in 2006. Linda has been featured in numerous national, state, and local television segments, magazine, and newspapers including Country Living, Midwest Living, and Parade. Linda is a sought-after keynote speaker, speaking on faith, dreams, and love, as well as giving pie baking demonstrations for hundreds of people at a time. Linda Hundt grew up in Lansing, Michigan with a huge sweet tooth, loving her Easybake Oven, and dreaming of owning her own pie shop someday! In 2002, after struggling with depression for many years, Linda quit her job to pursue her life-long dream of starting her pie shop business. As a home-based business, she sold her fare at farm markets and high-end restaurants. In 2005, the business grew into a retail café bakery in DeWitt Michigan. About Sweetie-licious Their Mission is to celebrate love, tradition, and people through good food; to make our friends (customers) feel revered; to offer delicious, homemade pies, baked goods, preserves and comfort foods, specialty merchandise and cooking classes in a happy, loving and nostalgic ambience; to honor tradition by means of honoring our elderly through community service projects and contributions. They have two delicious locations: one in DeWitt and one in Grand Rapids.

Date and Time
September 17, 2015
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
 
Address

Technology Innovation Center
325 East Grand River Avenue
48823 East Lansing

 
Agenda
06:00 PM Networking and Food
07:00 PM Fireside Chat
08:00 PM Networking
 

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