People were flocking to the Wonder Bread-Hostess outlet store here in Cheyenne to grab all the Twinkies, Ho-Hos and Zingers they can before Hostess goes out of business.
"We're no longer going to be able to provide them with a service for something that almost everybody in America enjoys. It gets taken away from us and then we no longer can provide it to them. Really it's heartbreaking," said Trevor McBeth.
The Irving, Texas company says a nationwide worker strike crippled its ability to make and deliver its products at several locations.
All 18,500 of its workers nationwide will be without jobs after Friday including everyone at their Cheyenne store.
Delivery truck driver, Trevor McBeth, received the call Friday morning informing him to turn in his keys and his services were no longer needed.
"I'm probably going to weigh out my options. Look for another job and be first in line at the unemployment office. I really don't have any other choice," McBeth said.