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Articles and Interviews
Apr 19, 2017
A local bakery owner has been chosen as the winner of Oakland County’s Elite 40 Under 40 2017 Class winner.
Brooke Vitale, 29, owner of Love and Buttercream Bakery based in Royal Oak, became the youngest winner of the six-year-old program.
Vitale introduced Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson at Wednesday’s State of the County Address in Pontiac.
She was selected, via an online public vote, from a group of three finalists. More than 2,900 votes were cast for the finalists.
“It’s a really big honor,” said Vitale. “I was really surprised and very...
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