April 18, 2024

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Black SoloPreneur Serves Up Cobbler In Bootstrapped Pittsburgh Shop

She is the sole worker and owner in a shop she bootstrapped to serve up great tasting peach cobblers and more, however, Terina J. Hicks hopes to hire a partner in the near future as the owner of CobblerWorld.

Envisioning being an entrepreneur from the time she was a young girl, according to her website, when she was fired from her job in 2014, she decided to spring into action to become her own boss. It was then that she developed the idea of CobblerWorld where she would serve tasty treats to those who love to eat them.

Visit CobblerWorld.com to taste many treats beyond peach cobblers such as:

  • Banana Bread
  • Cheesecake
  • Cookies
  • Pies
  • Pound Cakes
  • Pineapple Zucchini Bread
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According to The Duquesne Duke, Hicks uses an old family recipe which is the best seller at CobblerWorld, for her peach cobbler. Hicks also uses a great amount of faith in where Jesus could take her in the process of launching her own business as well. It just so happens that her treats are now being sold at grocery stores in the area of Pittsburgh, PA. She also donates any perishables at the end of the work week.