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Introducing the Furlough Cheesecake

When life gives you lemons, you make lemonade.  The federal government gave us a furlough, so we're making cheesecakes!

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How These Furloughed Sisters Used the Government Shutdown to Launch a Cheesecake Business

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 Imagine showing up to work only to find out that you're not getting paid for weeks—and that the money from last month's paycheck isn't enough to keep you afloat.  This hypothetical scenario 

was the reality for more than 800,000 

workers when the U.S. federal government...  

After the Government Shutdown Put These Sisters Out of Work, They Started a Cheesecake Business

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Jaqi Wright and her mother couldn’t get enough of her sister’s cheesecake. The two of them, relaxing on New Year’s Day, savored two slices each while sipping coffee. “‘You really can sell these,'” Wright recalls her mother saying.

A Game-Changing Mentor Takes Two Women From Furlough To A National Household Cheesecake Brand

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 The Furlough Cheesecake Sisters, Jaqi Wright (left) and Nikki Howard (right), with Mahisha Dellinger (center), founder of national household hair brand Curls and The Oprah Winfrey Network's hit show Minding Your Business with Mahisha 

Sisters Who Began Cheesecake Business During Government Shutdown Nab Walmart Deal

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Nikki Howard and Jaqi Wright quit their government jobs to make cheesecakes full-time.  

When life gives you lemons, make cheesecake?

That’s what two Maryland sisters furloughed by the government shutdown in December decided to do, and they haven’t looked back.

 

FURLOUGHED EMPLOYEES LAUNCH “FURLOUGH CHEESECAKE” DURING GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN

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 The nation just went though the longest government shutdown in U.S. History which lasted 35 days. Two sisters, Nikki Howard, employed by the Food and Drug Administration as a Recruitment & Outreach worker, and Jaqi Wright, employed by the Department of Justice as...

These Furloughed Sisters Relied on Faith, Family, and Cheesecake To Weather Government Shutdown

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 SISTERS NIKKI HOWARD AND JAQI WRIGHT WERE BOTH FURLOUGHED BY THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. NOW THEY'RE OWNERS OF A BUDDING CHEESECAKE BUSINESS.