Tampa, Fla. (May 25, 2017) – In celebration of National Doughnut Day on Friday,
June 2, Mini Doughnut Factory (MDF) will donate a percentage of the day’s
proceeds to Salvation Army’s Children’s Services programs. Founders Patrick and
Zezura Ruddell will also deliver doughnuts to the children and staff at Salvation
Army’s Sally’s House and Children’s Village in St. Petersburg, FL on Thursday, June 1 at
10 A.M. Media is welcome to attend.
As the national holiday was originally created to honor women that served
doughnuts to soldiers during World War I, the Salvation Army Lassies, MDF is going
back to the holiday’s roots. On Thursday, MDF founders will personally deliver
doughnuts to the children and staff. During the visit, the children will create their own
mini doughnut creation. Guests are encouraged to join in the celebration by
purchasing doughnuts in the South Tampa store on Friday, June 2. A percentage of
the day’s sales will then be doughnated to support the Salvation Army’s efforts.
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About Mini Doughnut Factory
Mini Doughnut Factory is one of the country’s first full-sized retail locations dedicated
to gourmet mini doughnuts. Sporting a family-friendly environment that is modern,
but inviting all at once, it becomes clear that is a go-to destination for locals and
curious onlookers. Among its various gourmet mini doughnuts, they also offer coffee,
espresso, lattes, smoothies, and doughnut shakes. With a welcoming environment
and an assortment of treats, it becomes clear as to why they were awarded in 2016
with Creative Loafing’s Best of the Bay for Best Doughnuts and Best New Business!