Announcement We have fulfilled all the orders we can before Christmas. Feel free to order caramels, but please understand they will not be shipped until January.
We have fulfilled all the orders we can before Christmas. Feel free to order caramels, but please understand they will not be shipped until January.
From cupcakes to caramels
One day my husband, Brady, took some of Hope's scrumptious salted caramel cupcakes to share with coworkers. Although topped with a delectable caramel-vanilla buttercream frosting, it was the caramel core of the vanilla cupcake that caught the attention of one of his coworkers. "Could she make the caramel cupcake without the cupcake?" And so Hope's Caramels was born.
I began as a stay-at-home mom who wanted to contribute financially to the household. Hope's Caramels is a product of being self-employed in the baking industry. Cooking, cutting, wrapping and package/ad designing are all part of my job description.
Brady is Hope's partner in this amazing business. He left his job April 2019 and joined Hope full-time. He is responsible for many things: cutting caramels, packaging, vendor events, financials, and dad duties. He's a hard worker!
Melinda came on part-time August 2019 after being seasonal help in 2018. She helps to wrap and package caramels. She is also part of the gift box design team from teacher gifts to holiday packages.
Amy is Hope's mom. She works part-time at her real job, then pitches in one to days a week when things get a little crazy here at the caramel factory. She also works the vendor events with Hope's husband. It's one of her favorite jobs!
Sloane came on as seasonal help in 2017. She works the months of November and December because things can get down right "cray-cray" in the factory when caramel orders sky rocket.
Judy is also seasonal help. She came on in 2018 and we have been thankful for her hard work. She recently got a full-time job, but we keep her in the loop and are anxious to have her when she can help us out.
Hope's late Aunt Jackie worked the early years of the business, wrapping. She was fast, efficient, and filled with lots of great wisdom. She is missed in the factory.
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