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In Zillah, a new store sells sweet delicacies and candy

– A young businesswoman who has been selling her desserts and candies online and working from home for several years now has launched a retail location.
Treats by Aly, owned and operated by Alyssa Garza, has opened at 610 Railroad Avenue, a short distance from the centre of Zillah. Along with lemonade, Red Bull cocktails, and other beverages, homemade sweets like chocolate-covered strawberries, caramel apples, cake pops, and floral arrangements with edible strawberries are offered.

Beginning with Sip on First Espresso in Yakima, more companies, primarily coffee shops and mini-marts, started to carry her sweets, according to Garza. There are 22 sites in the Yakima Valley where you can find her cake pops and candies now.

When Garza was 18, she established a home-based online business as “more of a side job and hobby,” according to Garza. It continued when she was a student at Yakima Valley College, but once she took a quarter off from school, it turned into a full-time, seven-day employment.

When the 21-year-old had to choose between finding a physical place to run Treats by Aly full-time and going back to school, she selected the latter choice.

Zillah was a fantastic choice for us because at the time I started my business, the majority of my customers came from the surrounding areas,” she continued. “We now receive clients who travel from all around Washington state to visit us. We also provide shipping, and we’ve done so to many different states around the country.

Because of the demand, Garza claimed that working from home was no longer practical, so she located a company in the heart of Zillah. “I love Zillah and the neighbourhood where I live.

Valentine’s Day is a significant event for buying chocolates and candies after a busy Christmas season, according to Garza, who said that cake pops and chocolate-covered strawberries are common choices on February 14.
Garza claimed that she self-taught herself how to prepare her delicacies by practising daily and studying online tutorials.

Since I was interested in it, I started doing it for fun, but I never in a million years imagined that it would become my full-time profession and that I’d be operating a business. I’ve discovered that, with enough determination, anything is achievable.
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