Is there really a simple way to get Putin and Obama to agree on something?
Chef J Stephen Sadler of Crumbzz thinks so.
July 29, 2014 --
DALLAS, July 29, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- With the recent events in Ukraine further highlighting the increasingly frosty relationship between Russia and the U.S., diplomats from both countries are looking for anyareas that both countries can find mutual agreement. Chef J Stephen Sadler, the Executive Chef and owner of Crumbzz, an artisan crumb cake provider from Dallas, TX, thinks he has the answer. "Instead of breaking bread together, I say, let them eat cake". And Chef J Stephen puts his money, orin this casecakes, where his mouth is.
For the past several years Chef J Stephen's company, Crumbzz, has been shipping his artisan created old world cinnamon streusel crumb cakes to warring factions around the world. "There may be disagreements that can't be bridged, but everyone loves home made crumb cake and if you can get warring parties sharing in even one thing, that's a start", says Chef J Stephen.
This isn't the first time Crumbzz has shipped their diplomacy crumb cakes to disagreeing parties. Obama has been the lucky recipient three times, House Speaker John Boehner and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reidhave each received two Crumbzz cakes as well as Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell andHouse Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, who have each received one cake.
Crumbzz does not restrict the gifting of its diplomacy crumb cakes to political parties. Corporate America is well represented by Apple's Steve Jobs, Microsoft's Steve Ballmer and GE's Jack Welch, media's Phil Griffin, president of MSNBC and Roger Ailes Fox News Channel CEO have also received cakes. Even Hollywood and the sports world have received their share including; Kobe Bryant, Charlie Sheen and Robert Downey Jr., to name just a few.
In an interesting twist, Crumbzz attaches a gold leafed gift card with each diplomacy crumb cake stating that the cake came from the warring party and suggesting that they get together to discuss their differences.
Lately, Chef J Stephen has been re-thinking his policy of sending his cakes to warring factions. With just a hint ofsarcasm, Chef J Stephen states that "We may be fomenting world turmoil by encouraging world leaders to create an issue just to get another free Crumbzz Cake. Maybe in the future, we'll send them a note stating that they'll get their cakes once they settle their issues."
Nonetheless, Crumbzz will be at it again, preparing to send Russian President Vladimir Putin his second cake and Ukraine's President, Petro Poroshenko his first. Add's Chef J Stephen "Hopefully they can use our cakes as an excuse to call each other and start their conversation about how much they enjoyed their cakes".
Media Contact: J Stephen Sadler, Crumbzz, 214.628.6060, email@example.com
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