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D Z Enterprises

Dancing Zebras is a great tasting, all natural kid's drink with ZERO SUGAR! Moms love it cause it's healthy, kids love cause it TASTES GOOD.

  • Stage Prototype Ready
  • Industry Consumer Products
  • Location Detroit, MI, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded January 2011
  • Employees 3

Company Summary

DZ Enterprises produces Dancing Zebras healthy kid's beverages. Research has found that there's a marked increase in tooth decay and childhood obesity in recent years. A major contributing factor comes from sugary beverages that kids are consuming every year (even natural juices contribute to this). Our goal is to replace these sugary drinks with a delicious, all natural alternative that both kids and mom's will absolutely love!


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    Olivia Denise Croom

    Dr. Olivia Croom is SVP of Operations at CSHM Health Mgt. She has been a dentist for over 24 years. While treating patients, she noticed an increase in decay with the children she treated, due to the sugary drinks moms were giving them daily. She researched a non-artificial, healhy sugar alternative that is actually good for the teeth and body and created Dancing Zebras, a delicious, all natural healthy kid's beverage with ZERO sugar.

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    Marcus C. Hunter

    Mr. Hunter possesses over 20 years of business transformation consulting at major firms including IBM, Gartner Group and Gallup. Additionally, he served as President and COO of a successful Investment Advisory company which grew Assets-Under-Management from $500 million to over $3 billion, resulting in profits growing over 500%. He is well suited to govern all operational, financial and organizational aspects of the business.

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    Shelley C Montgomery
    Chief Community Officer

    Mrs. Montgomery has 20+ years in community service and office management. She will serve a critical role in the firm, as DZ Enterprises has a distinct competitive advantage by incorporating the community element into the firm’s business strategy- examples of which include 1) the first 10% of company profits are reinvested back directly into the community, 2) half of the marketing and sales focus will be on a non-traditional channel of using comp


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    Paul Moskowitz