ANNAPOLIS, Md. - If you went looking for cupcakes Monday night in Annapolis, you may have been surprised to see The Walking Dead.
Hundreds gathered for the Cupcakes from the Crypt tour at the Creative Paradox.
While there were several sweets on the menu, it was really all about the Johnny Cupcakes clothing brand. As a part of the special event, the folks from Johnny Cupcakes were selling limited edition hats, shirts and accessories.
The founder of Johnny Cupcakes started the company as a 19-year-old selling t-shirts out of the back of his car. Now, he's drawing crowds from across the country.
"If I could build this brand, if I could build this multi-million dollar t-shirt brand that started as a joke... I tell them, they can do it with anything," Earle said.
Earle was voted a Businessweek Best Young Entrepreneur. He currently has 21 stops on his tour.
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