Tucson, Arizona 2021-09-18 22:36:36 –
Tucson, Arizona (KGUN) — Offering a Mexican treat to Tucson with Tanna Cole Tannabotanas team.
The 23-year-old was studying to become a teacher when she decided to take Mexico’s treat business to the next level last year.
“It was like everyone was on the sidelines of your business, going to school, but I knew from the bottom of my heart that it wouldn’t work if I didn’t work 24/7. I dropped everything. “
Cole said her business had exploded since then, which led to the opening of her food truck.
“I’m a risk taker. I’m going to take a risk, and if it works, it works. If not, change it,” he said.
It is also her advice to other business owners in her position.
Cole is part of Latina and says she has come closer to her culture by making treats.
“I’m around it every day. Mexican food, everything in Mexico is my favorite,” she said.
She said her treat inspiration came during her visit to Guadalajara with her boyfriend.
“I brought their taste to their spices, and I said I’m going to start it in Tucson. We’re close to the border where people love it and it works.” She said.
Cole enjoys the success of the new truck, but looks to the future and is looking to find a store that sells sweets.
“All I want to say is’Sí se puede’,” she said.
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