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On Friday, April 1st, Mayor Grebien joined Stacey Riendeau for a ceremonial ribbon-cutting event at her new business “Bake My Day”, in Pawtucket’s downtown.
“I’m thrilled that Bake My Day is up and running here in the City and that Stacey chose to Join the Evolution here in Pawtucket,” said Mayor Grebien at the ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday. “Stacy has already amassed quite a following here in the City and there has been no shortage of people singing her praises since she opened her doors,” continued the Mayor.
Bake My Day offers gourmet pastries, cakes, cookies and traditional favorites. Owner Stacey Riendeau says that Bake My Day has expanded its menu to include a daily lunch special consisting of a freshly-made sandwich of the day, side order of pasta or potato salad and chips for just $8.00. “I am happy to be a part of the Pawtucket business community and encourage everyone in the area to come see us for all of their baked goods and lunch time cravings,” said Riendeau.
Also joining Ms. Riendeau and the Mayor was Pawtucket City Councilor Sandra Cano. “Supporting small business is crucial to our economy,” stated Councilor Cano. “I welcome Stacey and Bake My Day to our downtown and encourage everyone to come and support this local business,” continued Cano.
Bake My Day is located at 23 Broad Street and is open Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Bake My Day can be reached by phone at 401-374-2747.
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- Mayor Donald R. Grebien