FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Great Lakes Public Relations
Detroit Dough Contact:
Daniel A. Washington
CANTON, Mich. — Edible cookie dough, the newest foodie craze sweeping the nation, is now available at Emagine Theatre concession stands across Southeast Michigan. The company announced a joint partnership with the Detroit-based startup the last weekend in March and will begin offering the sweet treat to patrons at its Macomb and Canton locations.
“We are excited to partner with a Detroit startup. We are passionate about supporting local products and the renaissance of Detroit,” said Anthony LaVerde, CEO of Emagine Entertainment. “The cookie dough is delicious and a great addition to our expanded concession assortment.”
Detroit Dough is the brainchild of Detroit residents Autumn Kyles, Victoria Washington and Daniel A. Washington who together took second place and fan favorite award at the Michigan Women’s Foundation Dolphin Tank competition last year.
“We are extremely excited to have our safe, delicious and ready-to-eat cookie dough available at Emagine,” said Kyles, CEO of Detroit Dough. “We believe in the Emagine brand and believe this partnership is a perfect way to get our product to consumers in more ways than one.”
Washington said the company had originally planned to open a location in Detroit’s NW Goldberg neighborhood this year. However, after re-evaluating the market, Detroit Dough is working with local companies like Emagine to expand its product nationwide. It is also continuing to host pop up locations with businesses around the city.
Detroit Dough’s signature Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough will be available to purchase at Emagine Macomb and Canton starting immediately. The price per cup is $7.50.
For more information on Detroit Dough, contact Daniel A. Washington, chief marketing officer, at 313.522.6816 and visit facebook.com/eatdetroitdough.