New locally owned premium cook- and bakeware brand chooses local festival as first opportunity to impress foodies
Sheboygan, Wis. July 3, 2018 – Bastille Days, hosted by East Town Association, from July 12-15 in Milwaukee is one of the nation’s largest French-themed celebrations. The annual festival features live music, an international marketplace, chef and wine demos, French and Cajun cuisine, and a variety of other entertainment. At the festival, NUCU™, a brand of Sheboygan-based Vollrath Company, will showcase its exclusive collection of premium cookware and bakeware with daily demos and a prize giveaway of a NUCU Kitchen Starter Set for anyone who likes @thenucu on Facebook or Instagram.
“As a company based in Wisconsin, we’re so excited to be part of this local festival,” said Jean Horvath, Vice President for NUCU. “Our products are designed for home chefs and foodies that have a passion for creating memorable culinary moments and this festival is a great opportunity to meet with the local food aficionados.”
NUCU is the sponsor for the Chef Demonstration Program, which features daily cooking demos between noon and 3 p.m. at the Madison Medical Affiliates Beaux Arts Stage. The city’s top culinary experts will share tips and recipes for mastering mealtime.
This year’s lineup includes:
For more information about Bastille Days, visit bastilledaysfestival.com.
NUCU™ is manufactured by The Vollrath Company, LLC, a leading provider of cookware and bakeware for the professional foodservice industry. The brand makes Vollrath’s professional-grade craftsmanship available to select retailers and their customers in a collection of cookware and bakeware products designed for the sophisticated home chef. For more details, visit nucu.com, and follow NUCU on Facebook, Instagram, Linkedin, Pinterest and Twitter.
ABOUT BASTILLE DAYS
Bastille Days is presented by the East Town Association, Inc., a nonprofit downtown Milwaukee business organization that has celebrated Bastille Days in Milwaukee since 1981. Proceeds from the festival are returned to the community through neighborhood improvement programs and civic events such as the popular Jazz in the Park and Cathedral Square Market. Bastille Days is free and open to the public. Visit www.bastilledaysfestival.com for more information.