Out of the Pits, Couple Finds Nothing Bundt Happiness
November 15, 2018 – Indianapolis, IN – Jamie Little and Cody Selman met on pit row at the Indy 500 and are excited to embark on another adventure as local bakery owners of the new Indy-Keystone bakery that opened on Tuesday (11/13). As the first female TV pit reporter, Jamie admits a love for the race and now for the unique Bundt Cakes brand, “To me, Nothing Bundt Cakes means celebrating the happy in life! Sharing cake means creating memories, and Cody and I believe that this fits our family to a tee.” Cody, a pit crew member for various race teams and a graduate of Zionsville High School, is thrilled to introduce the delicious cakes to his home town. “We can’t wait to share this cake with the community and look forward to celebrating moments, big and small.” The community is invited to their grand opening events the first week of December (see details below).
GRAND OPENING EVENTS
Nothing Bundt Cakes is located in Keystone at 8505 Keystone Crossing. The bakery will be open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The concept combines the warmth of nostalgia with a fresh, modern approach. The luscious cakes are made with the finest ingredients, including real eggs, butter and cream cheese, in 40 unique designs and 10 delicious flavors. Four sizes are available, including full-sized Bundts perfect for sharing; small Bundtlets, great for gifting; and bite-sized Bundtinis® sold by the dozen.
Founded in Las Vegas in 1997 by longtime friends Debbie Shwetz and Dena Tripp, Nothing Bundt Cakes specializes in offering celebration solutions for moments that matter. Headquartered in Dallas, TX, the company now has 274 bakeries in 35 states plus Canada. This bakery makes the third in Indiana and the second of its kind in the Indianapolis market, with the other in Fishers. For more information, please visit www.nothingbundtcakes.com.