HOME PRODUCTS DEVELOPMENT STUDENTS DEVELOP NEW BAKE SALE TECHNOLOGY

Hue didn’t think the FIT bake sale could be improved upon. Homemade confections, bargain prices, friendly service.

Then came this.

The latest innovation in bake sales: wheels.

Mona Lisa Tan, Home Products Development ’13, arrived in Hue Too HQ unexpectedly the other day, pushing… a bake sale cart! It was like room service at Hue’s favorite hotel.

Apparently, HPD students sell cookies to raise funds for the trade shows they attend.

“This cart is usually full,” said Tan, “but this was an emergency bake sale. Next week we’re going to the Housewares Show in Chicago, and we’re a little short.”

Hue isn’t telling which treat it purchased, but here’s a hint: Before she arrived, there were three M&M cookies on that tray.

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