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Janie's Cakes featured in Country Living Magazine

The May issue of Country Living Magazine featuring Janie's Cakes is available on news stands now. The May issue of Country Living Magazine featuring Janie's Cakes is available on news stands now.
TYLER, TX (KLTV) -

Released by Day Shelmire with Janie's Cakes:

TYLER, TX – Janie's Cakes, the Tyler, Texas-based baker of gourmet, all-natural pound cakes is featured in the May 2010 issue of Country Living Magazine.

"What an honor," says Janie's Cakes founder, Janie Clapp.  "Country Living is such an established magazine with a national readership.  The magazine began hitting households a couple of weeks ago and our online orders for Mother's Day just shot through the roof."

This is not the company's first interaction with Country Living Magazine.  "We've participated in the Country Living Magazine Fair for several years," says Clapp.  The fairs, held in Chicago, Illinois and Columbus, Ohio are where the pages of Country Living Magazine come to life. 

"The fairs are where we met all the great folks at Country Living Magazine," says Clapp. "They thought my story would be an inspiration to their mostly female readership. They like to highlight and promote women entrepreneurs."

The May issue of Country Living Magazine featuring Janie's Cakes is available on news stands now.

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