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We heard some seriously funny stories about candy, and learned that some candies are more “favorited” than others. Thanks to everyone who entered for submitting such great reviews.
The two reviewers who are each entitled to a $25 Sweet Certificate are:
- Warren W.
To everyone else, the chances to win don’t end here. We’ll be giving away a $10 Sweet Certificate every week to someone who leaves a review of a candy on our site. Just leave a review on any of our 3,000 products and you’ll be entered in the drawing for that week. And bigger, better, more exciting contests are on their way.
This has been our best contest ever. Reading the reasons we should choose each of you to win had us laughing and crying. There were so many great responses that we eventually had to just narrow down the finalists and pick a name at random.
And so, without further ado, the winner is:
Mary Ann Wentzel
We’ve learned a lot about our customers over the past few days. Many of you feel really sentimental about Brach’s candy. Some are fueled by sweets every single day (and nobody’d better get between you and your candy). Those of you who are diabetic are not alone in your love of candy — but be careful! We have a whole section of sugar-free candies in every flavor — even Turtles!
The fact that Candy Favorites customers are the sweetest people on earth definitely shone through. So many people asked to receive the candy so they could pay it forward — to family, ailing friends, the military, or volunteer organizations. We will definitely be hosting more giveaways around here, and with more prizes. Because, after all, you definitely deserve it!
If you have a great idea for a contest, tell us in the comments!
Why should you win a $50 Sweet Certificate from CandyFavorites.com?
Are you our biggest fan? A candy fanatic? Does someone you love deserve a treat? Maybe you can tell the funniest candy story ever.
Just comment on this post telling us why you should be the one to win. One lucky winner will receive a $50 Sweet Certificate absolutely FREE! We’ll announce the winner on Monday, February 27th.
Over the weekend, we announced a Free Candy Contest on our email list. Now it’s time to pick some winners.
Second Chance Drawing!
Check it out! Believe it or not, no one submitted an entry for our case of Spanish Conversation Hearts. They’re still up for grabs. For your chance to win, visit our Candy Contests Facebook Tab and submit the entry form.
This weekend in our CandyFavorites Newsletter, we gave customers the chance to win the World’s Largest Hershey Bar. It’s a 2-foot-long, 5-pound plank of Hershey’s Original Milk Chocolate.
And the winner is:
Pamela Pollock of Slippery Rock, PA
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We want to send a big “Thank You” out to everyone who submitted their candy stories during our Candy 1 to 20 Contest. We received stories that were funny, touching, nostalgic, and creative, all about learning with candy. It’s clear that candy certainly is a great motivator, and that the ways to use it are endless.
Check out the stories on the original post.
And the Winners Are…
- Owen Brelsford
- Candace Retka
- P. Chatwin
- Matthew Keller
- Kasee Johnson
Each winner will win a signed copy of the book “Candy 1 to 20″ from Chronicle Books.
Watch out in the coming weeks for our next contest. Sign up for our newsletter to receive chances to win, special deals, and new product announcements!
Candy Favorites is delighted to be partnering with Chronicle Books to announce the release of Candy 1 to 20. This colorful new board book, published by Chronicle Books, uses vibrant photos of classic candies to teach basic counting skills.
To celebrate Candy 1 to 20, we’ll be giving away 5 copies of the book. Each of them is signed by the author! To enter, just share your experience of candy as a teaching tool.
Did you learn probability through the colors of M&M’s? Are you a teacher who uses the squares of Hershey Bars to teach fractions? Or was your favorite candy used as a reward as you learned important life lessons?
Since candy is a powerful motivator and positive reinforcement for all ages, the possibilities are endless. Send us your most memorable candy-fueled learning experiences, and you’ll be entered to win one of 5 signed copies of Candy 1 to 20. You can email us or submit the form below.
Winners will be announced Friday, October 28.
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Submit Your Story!
Candy is as much a part of our American culture as hamburgers, jazz, and baseball. Since so many of our sweet memories include candy, we decided to pitch a contest to see to who has the best one to tell.
Do you remember the first time you had Pop Rocks? Did your grandmother make a bad day better with caramel creams? Did your toddler stash all the Marshmallow Peeps in her diaper to keep her siblings from getting any? We know you’ve got something worth sharing.
Give us your best candy story by Friday, August 19 and you could win a $150 Sweetcertificate to spend on CandyFavorites.com. Who else will reward you for reminiscing about candy?
Browse our huge candy selection to jog your memory and we bet you’ll be surprised how many happy scenes return to you. Enjoy, and we look forward to reading your story.
PS: To enter the contest, simply post your memory or story as a REPLY to this blog entry. Good Luck!
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