AUSTIN, Texas (PRWEB)
November 30, 2017
Tiff’s Treats today announces the grand opening of its Steiner Ranch store, the 8th store in the Austin area. The warm cookie delivery company will recognize its 35th and 36th locations on the same day, also doing a grand opening of its new Sugar Land store on December 16. The Steiner Ranch store, at 5145 North FM 620 Rd., 78732, will celebrate with a grand opening event Saturday, December 16, from 9 am to 1 pm. Cookie sales will benefit the Andy Roddick Foundation, with Andy there to meet fans and sign autographs from 9 to 11 am. More at https://cookiedelivery.com/Company/About/New-Store-Openings/Events/Steiner-Ranch.aspx
Austin-based Tiff’s Treats, the first in the nation to create the warm cookie delivery concept, will now have 31 Texas stores, as well as five stores in the Atlanta, Georgia area. Recently, the company announced its move into Tennessee with a Nashville store opening in 2018. Earlier this month, Tiff’s Treats announced a $25 million funding round led by Morgan Stanley Expansion Capital, bringing its total funding over the past three years to $50 million, all intended to help the company continue its growth and expansion.
“November has been quite a month for us, announcing our $25 million investment from our new partner, Morgan Stanley Expansion Capital, and now opening two new stores on the same day,” said Leon Chen, co-founder of Tiff’s Treats. “We are so pleased with how people have responded to our brand. Our happy customers and their repeat business is fueling our growth, and our plan is to add at least 10 stores in 2018.”
The Steiner Ranch grand opening will include a fundraiser where Tiff’s Treats will be selling a dozen cookies for only $5 (no call ahead orders). Customers at the opening can purchase up to six one-dozen boxes filled with one of Tiff’s Treats most irresistible flavors: chocolate chip, snickerdoodle or oatmeal raisin, for just $5 a box, to a maximum of 6 boxes purchased per person.
All of the proceeds from this day (up to $5,000) will go to The Andy Roddick Foundation whose mission is to ensure youth in low-income communities have abundant opportunities to reach their full potential, through education and sports-based mentoring. Money raised will provide twice daily snacks and meals for 90 students during the summer learning…