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Dayton bakery tells customers: ‘We need your help.’

A bakery on the Dayton-Oakwood border delivered a special request to its customers yesterday.

“Friends! We need your help!,” the post from the owners of Moore Dessert Please at 1003 Shroyer Road said on its Facebook page.

>> RELATED: Kettering, Oakwood to start $2.1 million Shroyer Road improvements

“As many of you know, there is construction on Shroyer Road. For the next few weeks, some of Shroyer will be closed. A detour will be in place that you can follow, and there are other ways to access the bakery BUT as a small business, this could impact our business hard!”

Moore Dessert Please, a cupcake shop and bakery at 1003 Shroyer Road in Dayton, has called on its customers to help it as construction takes places on the road it resides.

“We’re relying on YOU to help get us through these next few weeks. We’ll keep baking up all your favorites daily and hope to see you!”

>> RELATED: Major Kettering road to close today for 3-4 months

The detour is part of a broader, and extensive, Shroyer Road construction project in Kettering and Oakwood that will cost a projected $2.1 million. The Oakwood portion of the project will reduce the total number of car lanes from four to two, with protected left turn lanes installed for safety. The bakery is on the Dayton side at the Oakwood border, where the construction begins.

Chocolate cupcakes at Moore Dessert Please, a cupcake shop and bakery at 1003 Shroyer Road in Dayton. JIM WITMER / STAFF (Jim Witmer)

>> RELATED: Dayton bakery adds new co-owner, expands offerings

Moore Dessert Please was founded in May 2012 by Brittany Moore and her mother Tina, and since early 2016, is co-owned by Justin Livingston. For more information, check out the Moore Dessert Please Facebook page or call (937) 297-0293.

Moore Dessert Please, a cupcake shop and bakery at 1003 Shroyer Road in Dayton, has called on its customers to help it as construction takes places on the road it resides.

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