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Red Rooster FEATURE - OrlandoVoyager - Sep 14th 2021

Life and Work with Yvonne Conti-O'Brien of The Villages: How One Entrepreneur Built a Successful Cookie Company

Yvonne Conti-O'Brien is the founder and owner of a thriving cookie company based in The Villages, a retirement community in central Florida. Her company, which she started in 2013, has become a local favorite for its delicious and unique cookie flavors.

In a recent interview with Orlando Voyager, Yvonne shared her journey as an entrepreneur and how she turned her passion for baking into a successful business.

Yvonne's passion for baking started at a young age, when she would help her grandmother in the kitchen. She later pursued a career in nursing, but her love for baking never waned. In 2013, she decided to turn her hobby into a business and started her own cookie company.

Yvonne's cookies are made with high-quality ingredients and come in a variety of flavors, including classic chocolate chip, snickerdoodle, and oatmeal raisin. But what sets her cookies apart are her unique flavors, such as blueberry cheesecake, lemon lavender, and even bacon maple.

In the interview, Yvonne talked about the challenges she faced as a new business owner, including learning how to market her products and build a customer base. But with perseverance and hard work, her business has grown steadily over the years.

Yvonne also shared her advice for other entrepreneurs who are just starting out. She emphasized the importance of having a clear vision and mission for your business, as well as the need to stay focused and adaptable in the face of challenges.

As her business continues to thrive, Yvonne has plans to expand her product line and potentially open a storefront in the future. But for now, she's happy to continue bringing joy to her customers through her delicious cookies.

If you're in the central Florida area, be sure to check out Yvonne's cookie company and try some of her unique and delicious flavors. You won't be disappointed!

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