Outman welcomes Cops & Doughnuts owners to state Capitol
LANSING, Mich. — State Sen. Rick Outman, R-Six Lakes, welcomed Bubba and Ryno from Cops & Doughnuts in Clare to the Michigan Capitol on Tuesday to share doughnuts with fellow legislators and staff.
Outman had the treats brought in as part of an informal tradition many members participate in after having their first bill signed into law.
“The Cops & Doughnuts guys certainly lived up to their name,” Outman said. “They did a great job getting everything prepared and making the trip down to Lansing to help me celebrate this legislative milestone. I want to thank them on behalf of myself and all of my colleagues who joined me for a delicious treat this morning.”
Editor’s note: A print-quality photograph of Outman welcoming Tuesday’s guests is available by clicking on the image or by visiting the senator’s website at www.SenatorRickOutman.com. Click on “Photos” under the “In the News” tab.
Photo Caption: State Sen Rick Outman, R-Six Lakes, stands outside the Senate chamber with Bubba and Ryno from Cops & Doughnuts in Clare. Outman had the treats brought in as part of an informal tradition many members participate in after having their first bill signed into law.