How do you think a bakery would do in...

How do you think a bakery would do in Tompkinsville?

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Baker

United States

#1 Dec 7, 2012
How do you all think a bakery would do in Tompkinsville?
whatever

Horse Cave, KY

#2 Dec 7, 2012
I think it would be great....if it is clean and has friendly people...
Kurtis Winter

Glasgow, KY

#3 Dec 8, 2012
If you can bake Meth you'll fit right in.
Charlie

Batavia, NY

#4 Dec 8, 2012
Yea if you are the right person you will get away with it!!
i think

Kendallville, IN

#5 Dec 8, 2012
it would be great !! just make sure you open very early. they're some of us that have to leave for work early. would love to have some warm, fresh long johns, as i leave town at 3:30 in the morning!!
Kurtis Winter

Glasgow, KY

#6 Dec 8, 2012
Maybe you could hire some of the local cops to help transport it for yea.
hulk
#7 Dec 8, 2012
Kurtis Winter wrote:
Maybe you could hire some of the local cops to help transport it for yea.
Wont work the cops will gobble them up
lin

Glasgow, KY

#8 Dec 22, 2012
use to have a bakery here years ago wish someone would open one up again its a shame to have to drive all the way to glasgow or bowling green one just to get fresh made donuts
sly

Glasgow, KY

#9 Dec 23, 2012
You'll. Be better off opening somewhere other than Tvill. You have to pay for that bs business license and the taxes here are way to high. Save your self a lot of money and atleast open it right outside of the Tvill line in the county.
sounds good

Elizabethtown, KY

#10 Dec 23, 2012
whatever wrote:
I think it would be great....if it is clean and has friendly people...
^^ Right it would be great exspecially if it was clean!!!
used to be baker

Russellville, KY

#11 Dec 24, 2012
There is nothing here to make the bakery a good business. If the would get some industries back might be a different stories.
love

Elizabethtown, KY

#12 Dec 25, 2012
That would be great!i know my family would be there alot.and dont hire nasty people like dq.
Baker

Raywick, KY

#13 Dec 30, 2012
I actually have a degree for baking and pastry arts. So I know more than buying frozen goods and heating them up, I prefer to make pastries from scratch. Wouldn't hire any of these crack heads here in monroe. And would prefer to do a drug test before hire.
Food Lover

Prattsville, AR

#14 Jan 19, 2013
I actually think a bakery would do well. The closest baked goods we have are the "homegoods" from IGA and that's pretty pitiful for a county with 11,000 people! If it opened up (say, downtown) I really think a lot of people would go there quite often. There have been so many times I wanted just a dang doughnut but who would want to drive all the way to glasgow? If you do this I wish you the best of luck and will support as much as possible!
2013newyr

Cave City, KY

#15 Jan 20, 2013
can u make some browines with the green stuff

i dont think it would work, walmart
wondering

Albany, GA

#16 Jan 20, 2013
need a bldg were you could put a drive- thru & have parking, not arond the square for sure. the old burger inn bldg would be a good place walk-in, drive-thru, & parking
Baker

Glasgow, KY

#17 Jan 20, 2013
The old burger inn is being taken over by that Mexican place. There's a lady that is goin to do taxes there is what we were told.

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