Alumna Whitney Conrad May, who graduated with a music business degree in 2006, recently started a family-owned business, The Sweet Stash in Franklin, Tennessee. Operating under the mantra “more than just cake,” she provides cupcakes, truffles and an array of other desserts, specializing in weddings and other large gatherings. “We take pride in creating a wide variety of delectable sweets both for everyday enjoyment as well as special events,” said May, who has taken an entrepreneurship class and consulted with Belmont faculty on how to launch a small business. “Our focus is on creativity and precision, so each cupcake is hand-crafted, each truffle hand-dipped, fresh when you order.” For more information, check out www.thesweetstash.com.
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