Wilton 4,000,000th Student Sweepstakes Winners!

January 22nd, 2010 by Robin Mueller

Congratulations to the Wilton 4,000,000th Student Sweepstakes Winners! 26,736 people entered the Sweepstakes. 36 lucky people were randomly selected as winners. It was fun calling and talking with each of you. I loved hearing the excitement in your voice and the stories you shared with me!

They say winning is everything, well I think every time you create a cake for family and friends you are the winner. So keep it up, the smiles on their faces are a prize you will win over and over again and never get tired of! Thanks to everyone who enter the 4,000,000th Student Sweepstakes.

A Cake Decorating Course at the Wilton School of
Confectionary Arts in Darien, Illinois

Stephanie Simpson

FIRST PRIZE WINNERS – $100 Wilton Gift Certificate

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Robin Mueller Robin is a Senior Class Marketing Field Manager for the Wilton Educational Marketing Department. She started her career as a Wilton Method Instructor in 1989, joining the department as an employee in July of 1991. She has been involved in the development of Wilton Educational Marketing programs over the years, along with special projects. Robin likes to think of herself as an artist before anything else. She loves to experiment with cake decorating products trying out new and challenging designs. She is also an avid reader, active in various forms of exercise and is involved in church ministries.

2 Replies

  1. Rita says:

    Congrats to winners
    Enjoy your prize 🙂

  2. Zaynab says:

    Hi there.

    Thank you very much for taking time and read my comment. To be honest i dont have comment i have reuqest i would like it to be done please. I live in Auckland i took wilton classes for a 2 years ago i now moved to Wellingeton which is they dont have classes there. And its very hard for me to go to Auckland and take the classes again to learn whtat i have forgoten. Is it ok for you to make ruffle border and ruffle garland on you tube plase before monday. Am doing my borther wedding cake and i forgot how to demonstrat it. Do you think you would be able to do this please

    Kind regards

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