The thing about traditional food trucks is sometimes their location isn't convenient for you. They're either on the opposite side of town, or they've left before you're able to get there or maybe you don't even know how to find them.
So...in an effort to be Charleston's most convenient bakery and food truck, we'll now come to you.
Yup - you heard that correctly. We deliver. And we don't deliver with a hefty delivery fee or a huge order.
Every Monday and Thursday with a minimum order of 4 desserts for $20 or 6 desserts for $30 we deliver -- FREE OF CHARGE -- to Johns Island, West Ashley and Downtown Charleston.
“Do I really need to use Instagram for my Charleston wedding business?” I know. Just what we need, another social media site! Of course, you don’t HAVE to use Instagram, but here are some compelling reasons you might want to:
“I’ve found great success with Instagram. Twitter is just noise. Facebook has a complicated and ever changing algorithm and only a VERY small percentage of followers see your post. Instagram though – ALL your followers see it.” – Karen Moran, Sweet Lulu’s Bakery
READ MORE of my tips from Book More Brides.
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IndieGoGo Influencer Referral Program
Through our IndieGoGo Influencer "Thank You Program", we think you deserve something special for contributing to our IndieGoGo campaign.
Simply spread the word about Sweet Lulu's Bakery On Wheels and you'll be entered to win Dessert For A Year for you -- AND -- a friend!! At the end of the campaign, we'll check the IndieGoGo Analytics. The person whose referrals brought in the most contributions will win!
How It Works
1) Simply choose one of our IndieGoGo Perks options to get your personal tracking URL.
2) Click the share buttons or copy your unique URL below the main video at the top of the page.
3) Spread the word with your friends and around the web and you'll be entered in our contest! Get creative... Reddit, Stumble Upon, BuzzFeed and blogs can help greatly! Know a reporter? Even better!
About Sweet Lulu's Bakery on Wheels
A percent of profits from Charleston's Sweet Lulu's Bakery on Wheels will be donated to the Gulf Coast Humane Society where I adopted Lulu from and Charleston's Pet Helpers - both no-kill shelters - so that other furry kids can find their fur-ever homes.
% of profits donated to animal shelters
On August 3, 2012, I lost my 15-year old furry kid Chloe. Chloe was a lab/border collie mix I adopted from the Anti-Cruelty Society in Chicago and I adored more than anything. One week to the day, I lost Chloe's bestest bud Harley, a 15-lb tabby cat who was devastated at losing his best friend.
Yup. I lost not one, but two, furry kids in a week. And, while I wasn't ready to adopt another pet, I knew I could give one a good home.
I'm not a fancy pastry chef nor did a train at an even fancier culinary school. I'm just a gal who bakes with love.