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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-03-28

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>> ... Next Generation ...

Cash Infusion

A Place To Call Home

Landau brothers' online office supplies startup
gets venture captial funding.

Support ComePlayDetroit's new fitness studio.

A

ndrew and Ryan
Landau's online office
supplies startup,
Chalkfly, announced
that the company raised $750,000
in venture capital through Series
AA funding from Detroit Venture
Partners, Ludlow Ventures, Griffon
Ventures, Start Garden and
Bizdom.
Last year, the Landau brothers
launched the company, which sells
more than 50,000 office-related
Members of the Chalkfly team: Aaron
products on its website. It's
Wolff,
Andrew Landau, Ryan Landau and
based in the M@dison Building
Brandon
Rottman
in Downtown Detroit and was
incubated in Quicken Loans
founder Dan Gilbert's Bizdom program.
had no disruption in the past 30 years."
"People usually don't get that
The company also has a giving side:
excited about office supplies, but it is a
For each purchase made on the website
$30 billion dollar industry that craves
chalkfly.com , 5 percent of the purchase
innovation," Andrew Landau said in a
price goes to a teacher, school or
release. "My brother and I decided that
organization of the buyer's choice.
we could not only make a difference,
According to the release, the company
but completely change the experience
expects to hit annual sales of $2 million
of purchasing office supplies online by
this year with 5 percent of revenues
bringing innovation to a space that has
going back to local teachers.



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Where Your Child Belongs

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March 28 • 2013

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0

ver the past nearly three
years, I have had the greatest
experiences of my life being
a part of Detroit's growing
community. What I have the privilege of
calling my job has truly been a dream
come true. It is an honor
to be able to organize and
host all of the intramural
leagues and social events that
ComePlayDetroit has had to
offer.
We have had more than
9,000 people participate
in CPD, and our highlights
have ranged from having
the opportunity to host the
Detroit Lions half-time show
on Monday Night Football,
to hosting Dodgeball in the D, an attempt
at the world's largest dodgeball game on
Belle Isle.
CPD is now taking our next steps in
the community rebuilding effort with
the opening of our first physical space,
the ComePlayDetroit Fitness Studio,
located at 110 Clifford St. in Detroit. The
space has been built out and decorated,

Temple Beth El Early
Childhood Center

Adults and
children
welcome

and we have already begun to offer yoga,
zumba and boot camp classes over the
past two months. It is clear to us that
there is a need and demand in the city for
this space, so now it's time to really crank
things up and take this to the next level!
We are kicking-off an
Indiegogo crowd funding
campaign and need your
support. What makes our
campaign unique is our ability
to provide great perks to reward
your generosity, including free
classes at the Fitness Studio, free
monthly packages of classes,
free co-ed and men's leagues,
hooded sweatshirts and more.
Your support will go toward
getting mirrors on our walls,
a ballet bar, proper lighting and various
other finishing touches to ensure that
everyone that attends a class at the
ComePlayDetroit Fitness Studio has the
best experience possible.
Thank you for all of your support.



To donate, go to www.indiegogo.com/
projects/comeplaydetroit-fitness-studio.

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