Tiff’s Treats is opening their fifth Dallas-area location Saturday, November 12, and just like their other charitable grand openings, the proceeds from Saturday’s sales will benefit a great cause. Stop in from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. to purchase up to six one-dozen boxes of your favorite cookies for just $3 each and proceeds up to $5,000 will be donated to the Make-A-Wish Foundation of North Texas to help seven-year-old, Jackson, fulfill his wish of taking a Caribbean cruise.
This tough little boy is dealing with a brain tumor making it difficult for him to just be a normal kid. With the gift of a cruise, he and his family can enjoy sailing around the ocean on a big ship visiting beautiful places he’s never been. Your cash-only purchases of chocolate chip, snickerdoodle, or oatmeal raisin cookies can make help his wish come true. If you’re in the store around noon when Jackson arrives, make sure to say ‘hello’ and give him an encouraging high-five.
“This is a special grand opening for the Tiff’s Treats team,” stated Jeff Sartor, Director of Marketing and Special Events at Tiff’s Treats. “You could say that this event is a little close to home. Our founders, Tiffany Taylor Chen and her husband, Leon Chen, went to high school at Berkner in Richardson along with Disctrict Manager, Scott Dowling, and Director of Operations, Michael Covington. This is our fifth Dallas location, but four of those have opened within the last year, so we are very excited to round out this Dallas expansion by bringing warm cookies home to Richardson. After all, the secret recipe was created in Tiff’s mom’s kitchen in Richardson!”
Don’t let the yummy cookie aroma make you forget about the fun prizes randomly placed in boxed orders. Look inside your order to see if you’ve won a gift card from Live Nation, Uncle Julio’s, BlackFinn American Saloon, Pappy’s Pet Lodge, 7-11, or many other local businesses. There will be over $6,000 in prizes given away.
"Another exciting thing about this event is the overwhelming support we have received from our partners who donated prizes for the opening,” Mr. Sartor said. “We have thousands of dollars in prizes to give away on Saturday. We hope that everyone will come help us celebrate this homecoming and help Jackson and his family by buying a nice box of warm cookies!”
How sweet it is to help make a wish come true while indulging in these freshly baked, warm Tiff's Treats cookies.
Tiff's Treats / 720 E. Campbell Rd. / Richardson, TX 75081 / (972) 850-5900