US teen stars to launch new shakes in Dubai
Dubai, March 29, 2012
US teen stars Zendaya and Bella Thorne will launch their signature Millions of Milkshakes shakes at an event at the milkshake bar tomorrow (March 30) at Virgin Megastore, The Dubai Mall.
As part of their four-day stay in Dubai to launch their shakes, at the invitation of the UAE master franchise holder for Millions of Milkshakes, Emirates Hospitality, the TV stars created their very own beverages for fans and media.
The girls, whose trip to the Emirates is their first to the Middle East, shared their excitement at creating their shakes, visiting Dubai and Abu Dhabi and the opportunity to meet their UAE fans.
Following in the footsteps of reality TV stars Kim Kardashian and Kris Jenner, who officially launched Millions of Milkshakes in the UAE with signature shakes in October, 15-year old Bella and 14-year old Zendaya have created their own shakes, which will be on the Millions of Milkshakes menu from tomorrow.
Bella Thorne said, “We are so excited to be here in Dubai! We’re having a blast and we are so excited to meet our fans at Millions of Milkshakes tomorrow. I hope that they enjoy my shake! I have a very sweet tooth so my shake is made of mixed berries, Ferrero Rocher, Oreos and whip cream!”
Zendaya’s shake includes chocolate chips, cookie dough, almonds, ice cream and whip cream. Zendaya said, “My shake is delicious, it’s all of my favourite treats in one shake! I’m not worried about calories; I dance off everything! We are having an amazing time in Dubai and we’re looking forward to visiting Abu Dhabi too.”
This week Aldaba Saif Al Darmaki, chairman and founder of Emirates Hospitality, the UAE master franchise holder for Millions of Milkshakes, announced that for the next three months 20 per cent of net proceeds from the girls’ signature shakes will be donated to the Rashid Paediatric Therapy Centre in Dubai to support children with special needs.
Yesterday the girls paid a surprise visit to the centre to sign autographs and spend time with the children. – TradeArabia News Service
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