We are already well in the midst of our plans, our decorating, even our bentos are Halloween ready.
So the question was posed, how to celebrate Halloween with Hershey's?
We plan to make goodies for our friends to celebrate. You've got to use the good stuff for Boo boxes. I always have the kids take a treat for their teachers at church, scouts, etc. I get cute little boxes or bags, lots of little treats, a few cute things like spider rings and stickers, and voila! A fun little way to share the Halloween love.
I also buy the good candy for trick or treaters. After all, we take our own kids out, so many times, we have lots of leftovers. If Shaun & I are supposed to eat the leftovers, it needs to be the good stuff! And I just may have to pick up some extra Peanut Butter Cups. It's not my fault that I'm the only one who likes them.
I love this. According to a national survey conducted by The Hershey Company, personal candy preferences may provide insight into Halloween costume choices. According to the survey:
- About 30 percent of Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup, Kit Kat Wafer Bar and Hershey’s Milk Chocolate lovers will do the monster mash this year as a vampire, witch or monster.
- Fans of Twizzlers Twists may get the chance to show their dance moves as they twist the night away dressed in garb from the 1950s. More than 41 percent stated they plan to dress-up in period piece costumes from different eras of the 20th century.
- Jolly Rancher lovers will most likely sport a cape on Halloween, as 23 percent expressed a desire to channel superhuman powers as their favorite superhero
I am posting this as a chance to win a Hershey’s Halloween prize pack as a member of the Mom Bloggers Club.