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The Chocolate Factory Starts Program For Local Charities

Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA – WEBWIRE

“Chocolate for Charities” is a new Chocolate Factory initiative to support local charities. All seven Chocolate Factory locations are selling premium chocolate squares for 25 cents or five for a dollar with all profits going to local charities. Every few months, each location will select a different local charity to promote and support. “We are excited about this opportunity to give back to the community and to support the various local charities,” states Mike Toffler, Vice President and General Manager.

The first set of charities will be promoted September through November. The charities include: Portal Industries in Cedarburg, Wisconsin Injured Law Enforcement Officers Resource Council (WILEORC) in Elm Grove, Alzheimer’s Research & Prevention Foundation in Oconomowoc, Pewaukee Food Pantry in Pewaukee, Early Literacy Center at the Shorewood Library in Shorewood, Waukesha County Food Pantry in Waukesha and Full Shelf Food Pantry in West Bend.

The Chocolate Factory opened its doors in Cedarburg in 1972 as an ice cream parlor and candy store. Their now famous subs were added to the menu later that year. In addition to sensational subs and croissant sandwiches, guaranteed to be served warm from the oven, The Chocolate Factory serves a variety of fresh salads, delicious sundaes and over 28 flavors of premium Wisconsin made ice cream. The Chocolate Factory’s restaurants are located in Cedarburg, Elm Grove, Oconomowoc, Pewaukee, Shorewood, Waukesha and West Bend.


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