Denon Moore is the person who’s been putting the magic in the baked goods at Cake Crumbs Bakery since 2007. She’s also the person who’s cultivated and led the enormous following of The Denver Cupcake Truck since 2010. As a business owner, wife and mother of two, Denon knows what it takes to keep a business alive.
Denon lived with her Grandmother as a child and remembers fondly enjoying homemade pastries and treats. It was then that Denon learned about the quality and freshness of homemade. Her grandmother’s influence was a driving force in opening the bakery.
Denon graduated with a degree in Psychology and worked as a mental health counselor before deciding she needed something on her own. She was fond of baking and decorating cakes and had a passion to build community, so she decided to open a cake shop. That cake shop has grown nearly four times its size since July 2007 and has changed concepts. Cake Crumbs is now a quaint café and bakery nestled in the historic Park Hill neighborhood. It’s also home of the famous The Denver Cupcake Truck. Denon looks forward to launching another brand truck and continues to keep the ideas at Cake Crumbs as fresh as the baked goods.
Meet Denon in person and hear more about her rise to success at the CWCC North Luncheon on February 2, 2012.
Nestled in historic Park Hill, this bakers is always baking up new ideas from great party cakes to wholesome breakfast and lunch items. Enjoy a quick bit at Cake Crumbs or use the free wi-fi for your business needs. This neighborhood bakery is a great find and one of Denver’s finest. Follow Cake Crumbs Bakery and The Denver Cupcake Truck.
Editor’s Note: In 2011 we ran a contest among all of our guest blog authors. We had the task of choosing the article that received the most interaction and/or was the most compelling among all of the wonderful contributions. Denon’s article on social media fueled the busiest day on our blog with 257 views. They also received the most comments of any articles posted in 2011.
Denon’s prize is this full article profiling her and her business. We are running the same contest for 2012, so take a look at this year’s topics and consider contributing an article. You may be the next author to get profiled.
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