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Treatsie Names Kelli Marks Digital Content Manager

by Arkansas Business Staff 1/19/2016 10:24 am

Artisan sweets startup Treatsie announced Tuesday it has hired Sweet Love Bakes founder Kelli Marks as head of digital content. Treatsie helps consumers discover artisan sweets from all over the country through a monthly subscription box and an online marketplace.

Treatsie Makes InStyle's List of Best Food Subscription Boxes

by Sandra McGrew 12/15/2015 5:25 am

Arkansas confection connoisseurs receive a shout-out for their monthly box of gourmet sweets. Confession: We are now ordering one just for us.

Treatsie and Bourbon & Boots Offer Valentine Subscription Boxes

by Jess Ardrey 2/4/2015 8:21 am

While the idea isn't technically "out of the box," it's still pretty brilliant. Read on.

Treatsie Breaks Out of Box by Offering Online Artisan Sweets

by Todd Traub 2/2/2015 9:00 am

Treatsie sends its subscribers monthly, boxed selections of sweets treats from some of the nation’s best gourmet candy and confection makers.

Treatsie: Sweetly Rolling Off Customers' Tongues

by Mark Carter 12/1/2013 12:00 am

Artisan sweets: The phrase rolls off the tongue like butterscotch. Or perhaps caramel. Little Rock startup Treatsie aims to roll off the tongue like the sweet treat of your choice.

LR Startups Stone's Throw Brewing, Treatsie Attract Funding

by Jan Cottingham 5/6/2013 12:00 am

Kickstarter, based in New York City, is a crowdfunding platform that allows individuals to seek donations for their projects in exchange for rewards. Among those projects are two based in Little Rock: Stone’s Throw Brewing and Treatsie.

Travs Host 'LIVESTRONG' Night To Raise Awareness For Organization

by 6/9/2011 1:00 pm

It was LIVESTRONG night at Dickey-Stephens Park Wednesday night in North Little Rock, and the Arkansas Travelers came through with a pair of strong performances to take over first place in the Texas League North standings. The Travelers swept the doubleheader, beating the Northwest Arkansas Naturals, 4-1 and 7-1, to improve their season record to 27-26.