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White Hall woman featured in book. (Restaurant Notes).

Jeanette Bradshaw, owner of Elegant Traditions by Jeanette of White Hall, is featured in "Kitchen Table Entrepreneurs," stories of how women built their own businesses, published by the Ms. Foundation for Women.

With the aid of the nonprofit Good Faith Fund of Pine Bluff, Bradshaw received training, technical assistance and a small-business loan, allowing her to turn her love of baking and cooking into a profitable business.

In a few short years, Bradshaw has become a sought-after wedding cake baker and decorator and a leading caterer and wedding planner in east Arkansas. With annual billings exceeding $200,000, Elegant Traditions now has four full-time employees and 20 part-time employees.

The book is available at The Web site for Elegant Traditions is Bradshaw's phone number is (870) 247-9314 or (888) 781-1153.
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Title Annotation:White Hall, Arkansas, Jeanette Bradshaw, Kitchen Table Entrepreneurs
Author:Henry, John
Publication:Arkansas Business
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1U7AR
Date:Oct 21, 2002
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