Choosing Dell Children’s Medical Center for the first location to fire up the oven in their mobile bakery was an easy choice. Following the surgery of the owners, Tiffany and Leon Chen’s son, the amount of care and attention the staff showed their child meant a great deal to the family. Thinking of ways to show their appreciation, they decided to gift everyone with treats that would warm their hearts (and stomachs).
“Your entire Tiff’s crew are the nicest people, and thanks for braving the weather to treat our hospital. Cannot wait to see this come together on Motor Trend,” says Associate Director of Development for Dell Children’s Foundation, Suellen Brown; referring to the reality series, Built for Business, in which Tiff’s Treats will be featured later this year. “We’ve watched Tiff’s Treats’ brand grow from their first Austin location, to being in multiple states. To be able to build their first mobile asset and activate it at the hospital, while giving treats to all the staff and children was extremely rewarding. Although we were unable to see the kids due to safety protocols caused by the pandemic, we did receive pictures of the cookies being served on the patient’s food trays. It’s always great to see like-minded successful people give back like we do,” says CEO Cameron Davies.
The Cruising Kitchens’ team was honored to be a part of putting smiles on the faces of such hard-working and courageous individuals. This is only the beginning of the charitable efforts Tiff’s Treats has in store for their mobile bakery. You don’t want to miss the entire process of the build leading up to the reveal at Dell Children’s Medical Center, which will be the lead episode for Season 2 of Built for Business, premiering on Motor Trend TV November 19th, 5:30|6:30p CT. Check your local TV listings.