Local Businesses Encouraged to Support Say Detroit’s “Popcorn Pledge”

Detroit – Local businesses, large and small, are encouraged to take “The Popcorn Pledge”, as a way to reward their employees and clients with delicious Brown Bag Popcorn, while simultaneously helping to promote social justice in the Detroit Community, by supporting SAY Detroit Charities. 100% of the profits from the sale of Brown Bag Popcorn benefit those in our community who most need our help during these challenging times.

Starting September 15th, through October 15th, businesses can visit www.brownbagpopcorn.com/pledge and place an order for delivery anytime between now and December 15th. Companies that take the pledge and purchase at least $1,000 worth of popcorn tins will be recognized and celebrated in a variety of ways that demonstrate our gratitude for their support.

“Brown Bag Popcorn and our sister store, The Detroit Water Ice Factory were both started in Detroit as a way to raise money to support SAY Detroit Charities, which serves everyone from working moms, the homeless, senior citizens, veterans and young adults. We also operate a free clinic that provides ‘no questions asked’ medical care. The Popcorn Pledge is a way for local businesses to support social justice in our community by supporting the work of SAY Detroit,” said Mitch Albom, SAY Detroit Founder.

About Brown Bag Popcorn – It’s made fresh daily and can be sent directly to your company or mailed to individual clients. Visit www.brownbagpopcorn.com/pledge for more information. For questions or assistance with your order, contact michael@brownbagpopcorn.com

About SAY Detroit– formed in 2006 as a 501 (c)(3) charity, SAY Detroit improves the lives of Detroit’s neediest citizens through shelter, food, medical care, volunteer efforts and education. For more info, visit www.SAYDetroit.org