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Tulsa Business Bakes Up 75 Years Of Memories

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There's nothing that says success like 75 years in business.

Ann's Bakery is celebrating a special anniversary. For 75 years, it's been located at Admiral and Harvard, baking up cakes and pastries and providing great customer service.

The business has been in the same family for four generations. Shannon Harris' grandparents started the bakery. "If we saw him today, I think he would be proud of his family and the accomplishment of the bakery," Harris says. "I think he'd be proud of our reputation. I think that's what he'd be pleased with that we have a good reputation. That was important to him."

Live bands played and food trucks were parked outside to help celebrate.

Harris says she looks forward to Ann's Bakery celebrating 100 years in business.

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