Deer-themed Kringle and free diamonds: Businesses celebrate in Bucks success
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Excitement over the Bucks playoff run continues to build. Every more and more people celebrating in the NBA team’s success.
"We're making hundreds each day," said Eric Olesen, Co-Owner and President of O&H Danish Bakery in Racine.
O&H is most well-known for Kringle.
"This pastry took us three days to make, 36 layers of butter in it," said Olesen.
The Co-Owner and President took CBS 58 cameras back into the bakery to see how their famous Kringle is made. On Tuesday, the same day as Bucks v. Raptors game 4, Olesen didn't make just any Kringle.
"We came up with the cream cheese, chocolate chip, fluffy icing, a little bit of green on top, and we have 'Buck Tracks' kringle," said Olesen.
Their Bucks themed Kringle called “Buck Tracks” is a clever take on the team's mascot. Olesen says the new variation has become highly requested.
"Kringle, by itself, it's a sharing pastry... now you can share the celebration of the Bucks," said Olesen.
"Basically free jewelry if the Bucks win it all," said Bret Eulberg, President of Robert Haack Diamonds.
Eulberg says if you buy jewelry before May 25th and the Bucks win the championship you'll be reimbursed. There is a $5,000 dollar limit on the payout. In addition, all jewelry is 20% off until May 25th.
"If you're really thinking about buying, buy it now. Take a chance. If the Bucks really do win it all you're going to be kicking yourself that you didn't come in," said Eulberg.