Latinos will do just about anything for a soft, sweet Mexican concha pastry, especially if it means you're helping someone else out at the same time.

So it's not surprising a young, savvy Latina was able to save her family's business from going under with one simple tweet.

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Jackie Garza took to Twitter to share a plea to help her father's Houston-based bakery.

"HEY YALL MY DAD HAS A LITTLE PANADERIA/ RESTAURANT. HE MAKES ALL OF THE PAN DULCE HIMSELF. HE BEEN THINKING ABOUT CLOSING BUT I CANT LET THAT HAPPEN, SPRED THE WORD 1 RT COULD BRING IN A POTENTIAL CUSTOMER! LA CASA BAKERY AND CAFE 1002 HOGAN STREET 77009!!" she wrote.

Garza explained her father, Trinidad Garza, was close to selling La Casa Bakery after sales were down from Hurricane Harvey.

"He told my mom he was thinking about selling, and he even had an offer," she told ABC13. "I begged him not to sell, to wait for me to get through college and then make me a part owner. I know all the hard work my parents put into this. They work from early in the morning until late at night, even though we close at 5 p.m. The quality of the food and the authenticity of it is amazing."

The tweet quickly garnered attention, and soon had over 58K retweets, 48K likes, and 1 million video views.

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Garza was smart enough to keep the thread going by showing additional dishes the restaurant serves.

The campaign instantly worked – maybe because of how delicious the food looks, maybe because of the heartwarming story, or maybe because it's a classic case of Latinos supporting Latinos.

The 18-year-old kept followers up to date on just how impactful the tweet was.

Her 70-year-old father, who owns the bakery, adorably said he "didn't know anything about Twitter." Luckily, his daughter truly understands social media. “I'm now in charge of all the social accounts, and I've set up a Twitter account for La Casa, we're on Yelp now, and I'm working on a web page,” Jackie explained.