BOSTON (CBS) – A 59-year-old accountant from Wellesley is apparently trying to save the Twinkie, along with the dying art of the handwritten letter.
According to the New York Post, Donald Sheridan submitted a handwritten letter to formally express his interest in buying Hostess.
The four-page handwritten letter, described by The Post as “offbeat,” was reportedly sent to Hostess CEO Gregory Rayburn and the judge in charge of the bankruptcy auction.
“I’ve been looking for a business to buy for a long time but do not have the capital,” Sheridan reportedly told The Post.
Potential buyers are required to notify the judge of their interest within a certain time frame. The Post reports that deadline is Monday.