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Episode 5: Nothing Bundt Cakes

In this episode of Get to Work, Bone and Jill head to Las Vegas to whisk-up the most delicious episode yet, featuring founder Dena Tripp and her rise from owning a single bakery in Vegas to franchising over 300 locations! Jill and Bone toss on their aprons, get their hands in some batter and try to master the infamous Nothing Bundt Cake frosting technique before hearing about Dena’s story and watching her “own it” golfing at her favorite Vegas spot for blowing off steam: Top Golf!

22:16 mins | Sep 25, 2019
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About Nothing Bundt Cakes

Nothing Bundt Cakes was founded in Las Vegas in 1997 by friends Dena Tripp and Debbie Shwetz and offers premium, high-quality Bundt Cakes in a variety of sizes and classic flavors. There are nearly 300 corporate and franchised bakeries in 38 U.S. states and Canada. Nothing Bundt Cakes has been named to several prestigious industry lists, including Franchise Business Review's "Top 50 Franchises" and "Top 40 Food Franchises," Franchise Times' "Fast and Serious" for four years in a row, and numerous local and regional vote-driven "best of" lists. The brand has also been featured by national media such as Entrepreneur, The Wall Street Journal and CBS' "The Talk." For more information about Nothing Bundt Cakes, visit To learn more about franchising opportunities, visit

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Meet The Hosts

Meet Bone

Chief Legal Officer

Michael “Bone” Sauer, nicknamed for his skinny frame as a teen, is Scorpion’s Chief Legal Officer by day. When he’s not working on being a legal machine, Bone is ALWAYS working on a new certification. He is currently working on being admitted as an attorney in all 50-states (currently at 28) in addition to working on his pilot’s license and other certifications that will be beneficial in the event of the zombie apocalypse.

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Meet Jill

VP of Media Development and PR

Around Scorpion, we call Jill Wilson “Wonder Woman”. In addition to being Scorpion’s Vice President of Media Development and PR, she’s a married mother of a 3-year-old boy (Kal), and a former investigative reporter with a passion for old-school journalism.