Kids club equipment is on the verge of a $600 million upgrade
By MICHAEL DEERINGTONNew York, March 14 (Reuters) – It might not look like a giant, colorful cookie cutter, but the New York City Kids Club’s new “cookie cutter” equipment is going to be a big deal, even though it is just a “cookie” in the eyes of many people.
The New York-based Kids Club is getting its $600,000 “cookie-cutter” cookie cutter at a cost of $2 million, a move that will add more functionality and make the equipment easier to use, said Paul Goudeau, chief marketing officer of the Kids Club.
Goudeu said the new cookie cutter will allow people to place their own cookie shapes on the outside of the cookie, making it easier to customize the size and shape of the cookies and also add additional colors.
The new product will come with a $2,000 reward, and the Kids Clubs will use the funds to help the cookie cutter’s maker, the New School Design Company, create new products and services for the club.
Gouliamarco has created a cookie cutter for kids in New York, which has been in use since 2008, and it’s seen success.
Goulsiamarcoma said the New Kids Club Cookie Cutter has been a hit, and more than 100 people have signed up to have the product made, which will be shipped to the club at no charge.
“The kids love it,” Gouliamamaro said.
“The cookie cutter is a symbol of how they feel about being children and being together with a group of like-minded kids.
They’re really happy to have a cookie.”
The New Kids Clubs new cookie-cutters are made from a polymer material and can be attached to the cookie with magnets or velcro.
The product can also be used as a decorative decoration, said Goudesamaro.
“It is like a big cookie, and people love it.
They don’t have to take a cookie.
They can put their own in,” he said.