Chris Holmes had worked at the Border Force as an immigration officer for the past four year
Airport worker Chris Holmes made a bold decision to pursue his dreams - and he wrote all about it, in frosting, in a resignation letter on top of a cake .
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#1 Apr 17, 2013
His frostingmanship is exquisite.
#2 Apr 17, 2013
A very unique, and in this case, a very smart way to announce your resignation. It does not burn any bridges and it could increase his businesses bottom line! With that kind of thinking, I am certain Mr. Holmes, that your Bakery will prosper. I also hope that you will use the World Wide Web (www) to your advantage. My only hope that your Number ONE Baker is not Named Mr. Watson! You deserve a Well Done Mr. Holmes (I mean Mr. Cake).
I wish you and your family success in all your future endeavors. Jack
Since: Jun 09
#3 Apr 18, 2013
His website has crashed as this has gone viral! A bittersweet start to his new cake venture - go Chris Holmes!
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