Your South Jersey Town Could Win Reese’s New Candy-Dispensing Door
Reese's isn't letting the pandemic stop them from spreading chocolaty cheer this Halloween.
The candy company, owned by Hershey's, has invented a free-standing, candy-dispensing door that will automatically spit out goodies. This robotic wonder doesn't just deliver goodies to hungry trick-or-treaters, it hands out King Size packs of Reese's Peanut Butter Cups! Yep, the FULL SIZE ones!
Where has this door been all my life? Gosh, I wish I was smart enough to have invented it first. My dad, who loved Reese's PB Cups like E.T. loved Reese's Pieces, would have been all about this door. I think it's genius. Reese's Peanut Butter Cups, and ONLY those made by Reese's, are the premiere Halloween candy, are they not?
And, so as not to break from social distancing guidelines, this 9 ft. tall door can be operated by a remote control from up to 5,000 feet away, according to Today.com.
Want trick-or-treaters in your South Jersey neighborhood to be knocking on this door on Halloween? You can enter to WIN IT! Just tag @Reeses on Instagram. Then, use the hashtag #ReesesDoor to tell the candy maker why you're town deserves to win the door. But, you'll have to hurry. Entries are only being accepted through Wednesday, October 21.
SOURCES: reeses/Instagram; Today.com
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