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People often shorten a name, so keep it simple. Bake It Up Sweet or even Sweet Bake. Good luck in your new business. 
 I agree with K8, shelf life is most important. When I started my business, I supplied coffee shops, book stores, delis, and restaurants. Delivery was twice per week - all products had a shelf life of several days (cookies, brownies, strudel, slices of coffee cake and pound cake, etc.) And I never took returns. Print a product list with wholesale prices, and drop it off with a nice looking box of samples.
My opinion: I hope you rethink this endeavor. It will not be easy to transport 200 mini-cupcakes without a car. A cooler on wheels is useful but you must have something to put the cupcakes in or on. Trays might work but they must be enclosed so the trays can be stacked.    My other opinion: Many business owners have learned that donating to events will reap almost no business. If the marathon is a charity you support, then great. But if you are only doing this in hopes...
I'm a bit confused. Can you please explain the context of the Walmart sign. That is, can you explain the circumstances for needing a sign that says Walmart. 
have you looked online for the service manual?
wall unit or slide in?
 These cake cheats have no conscience. They only care about money and have no concern for others. If a problem arises they are not at fault. They will come here and vent, not tell the whole story, and become furious if we don't sympathize with their plight. Some CC members will come to Cheat's defense. Starting to sound familiar? 
That's annoying. My sympathies, Jen. Used ovens are plentiful, cheap, and reliable. That's what I would do.
Excel works quite well. No fancy icons, though  
I'm not sure what you mean. If your usual price is $2 per piece, then that's what you should charge. There's no surcharge because they were ordered for a wedding.   
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