Roll with it: A family story behind GiGi’s

A few years ago, Ogletree started thinking about making a business of those rolls. "The idea just wouldn't go away," she said. "I thought I should listen to it." Eva Ogletree died in 2013, but her granddaughter didn't give up the idea. She founded GiGi Rolls about a year ago, and has been baking them by the dozen in her home kitchen. Now she's going through the entrepreneurship course with business incubator Mortar, and is about to move operations into the Findlay Incubator Kitchen. She hasn't quit her day job in IT support at Cincinnati Public Schools, but she's feeling very encouraged by the help she's getting.


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