Union City company creates giant donut for day with Entenmann’s and Salvation Army
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UNION CITY -- The largest Entenmann’s donut replica ever created, courtesy the Union City-based company Themendous.com, will be featured as part of the National Donut Day celebration with Entenmann’s and The Salvation Army in New York City’s Madison Square Park on Friday, June 6.

Entenmann’s worked with Themendous.com, the “King of Huge,” to make a larger-than-life, massive red velvet donut and custom box measuring in at an astounding 7-feet in diameter. The giant mouthwatering red velvet donut has been created to be an exact replica of Entenmann’s brand new Red Velvet crinkle-cut donuts. Made of sculpted foam with a plastic shell coating this largest donut replica ever created.

Themendous president Giovianni Calabrese will be on hand Friday in New York to unveil his creation. Over the years, the company has worked with a number of well -known companies on giant props, retail displays, mini golf visuals and more.

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