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Strange Donuts

A project in St Louis, MO by Corey Smale
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Campaign to raise $10K toward the purchase of kitchen equipment needed to make delicious donuts for the people of St. Louis every day.
Backers: 342
Average Pledge Per Backer: $37

Funded: $12,557 of $10,000
Dates: Mar 12th -> Apr 11th (30 days)
Project By: Corey Smale
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Latest News

Strange Donuts Meets Kickstarter Goal

MAPLEWOOD-BRENTWOOD, MO - Backers helped the soon-to-open Maplewood donut shop raise $10,000 toward new kitchen equipment. With one challenge out of the way, now the shop's owners can focus on a sweet 'craft donut and beer tasting' event next week. (Read More)

Strange Donuts Launches Kickstarter Campaign, Giving First Taste Thursday

March 13th - via: feaststl.com
Excitement has been building for Strange Donuts since business partners Corey Smale and Tyler Fenwick announced their plans earlier this year (first reported by the Riverfront Times) to open the shop in Maplewood. (Read More)

Strange Donuts Launches Kickstarter Campaign for Maplewood Shop

MAPLEWOOD-BRENTWOOD, MO - The doughnut shop business partners are raising funds for kitchen equipment. (Read More)

Strange Donuts Launches Kickstarter Campaign, Partners with Kuva Coffee

March 12th - via: blogs.riverfronttimes.com
In January Gut Check reported that business partners Corey Smale and Tyler Fenwick planned to open Strange Donuts (2709 Sutton Boulevard, Maplewood) in Maplewood in May. When we spoke with Smale in January, he told us he and Fenwick drew inspiration for Strange Donuts from hip doughnut shops in Portland, Los Angeles and Austin. (Read More)

Get your first taste of Strange Donuts

March 12th - via: saucemagazine.com
n January, The Scoop reported that Strange Donuts was opening at 2709 Sutton Blvd., in Maplewood. Co-owners Corey Smale and Tyler Fenwick are moving ahead with their plans to offer “new and wild and creative” doughnuts (as well as oldies but goodies) to St. Louisans. Smale and Fenwick hope to open doors by May 1, but if you can’t wait that long, they’re giving locals a taste of what’s to come when they hold a doughnut tasting – and pog invitational – this Thursday from 7 to 10 p.m. at The Post Sports Bar & Grill in Maplewood. Doughnut flavors will be maple bacon, Crunch Berries and chocolate peanut butter. The event is free and open to the public. Doughnuts will be free; drinks will be available for purchase. (Read More)

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