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    Hen House Markets to Feature Midwest Airlines' Cookie Dough

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Beginning this week, Hen House Markets here is exclusively selling the famed Midwest Airlines Genuine Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough the cookie dough in its metro Kansas City stores.

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Beginning this week, Hen House Markets here is exclusively selling the famed Midwest Airlines Genuine Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough the cookie dough in its metro Kansas City stores.

    To help the new product take flight, the regional retailer will offer samples at six Hen House locations this weekend and at its other six locations on Sat., March 15.

    Hen House Markets and Midwest Airlines are also teaming up to offer customers the chance to win roundtrip transportation for two anywhere Midwest Airlines flies. Customers will be entered to win each time they use their Hen House Rewards Card and receive a bonus entry when they buy cookie dough March 5 through April 15.

    "Hen House Markets are proud to be named the exclusive supplier to the Kansas City market of this fabulous item," said Charles R. Owen, the supermarket's executive director of grocery operations. "We thank Midwest Airlines for making these cookies available to our customers."

    The cookie dough comes packaged as 32 individual ready-to-bake, one-ounce cookies and is based on the same recipe as the cookies Midwest serves onboard. The cookie dough can be found in Hen House Markets' frozen food sections.

    "Through the years, our passengers have repeatedly asked where they could buy our fresh, baked-onboard chocolate chip cookies. As an airline, we've have always listened to our customers and we are pleased to be able to meet their request to enjoy our cookies at home," said Susan Kerwin-Hagen, Midwest Airlines Marketing programs specialist. "And we are pleased to partner with one of the Kansas City areas' finest grocers - Hen House Markets -- to make Midwest Airlines Genuine Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough available to the public."

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