Doughmakers Kitchen Celebrates Mother’s Day Factory Sale at the Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds

Way back in 1996, two sisters in Terre Haute took over part of their family garage to make custom heavy-duty aluminum cookie sheets. Their goal was to sell the cookie sheets to raise funds for their children’s Cub Scout pack. Though there were a lot of cookie sheets already on the market, most were made from steel. Aluminum offers more even baking and the Doughmakers patented pebble design made the sheets non-stick. The Cub Scouts sold the cookie sheets and sales took off. The fundraiser was a huge success.

The cookie sheet sales were so successful that the sisters began getting inquiries and more orders for their product. Soon after, they turned the project into a full-fledged business — Doughmakers Gourmet Bakeware. The family expanded the cookie sheet business to include aluminum cake pans, bread pans, and pizza pans, all featuring their pebble design imprinted into the aluminum. The Doughmakers products were sold at state fairs and consumer home shows throughout the country. Later, chain stores and other retailers began carrying the gourmet bakeware. Sales continued to grow and the company moved into a new 50,000 square foot facility. But keeping up with the business’s growth was a challenge. In 2007, the business was acquired by Fox Run, a Pennsylvania kitchen equipment and accessories company.

For the past 26 years, Doughmakers full line of quality aluminum bakeware has delighted home cooks and earned the praise of professional bakers nationwide.

Now, under special arrangement with Fox Run, the original founders have returned as Doughmakers Kitchen to personally introduce their quality bakeware to a new generation of home bakers. Doughmakers Kitchen will present the full line of aluminum Doughmakers baking sheets and pans, along with an extensive line of helpful kitchen accessories at two big Indiana shows in April.

From May 5-7, Doughmakers Kitchen will host a Mother’s Day Factory Sale in the O.V. Winks Building at the Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds, 2003 Pleasant Street, Noblesville, Indiana.

At the Mother’s Day Factory Sale, Doughmakers Kitchen will offer bakers a special deal of “Buy 2 Pans, Get 1 Free” for the run of the Hamilton County show, as well as special discounts on all kitchen accessories. Sale hours: Weekdays: 10am – 7pm; Saturday, 9am – 6pm; Sunday, 10am-5pm.

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