Saturday, July 26, 2014

Old Time Candy Co. #Giveaway

I wasn't compensated for this post. I'm bringing my readers the best giveaways.  I love candy, so does everyone in my house.  Good Luck Everyone!!

Old Time Candy Giveaway
The adventure began in July, 1999 when the founders of Old Time Candy Company walked into a large candy store in Cleveland, Ohio that specializes in old time candy. They had no idea that many of their old time favorites still existed. It was the candy they ate as kids... Necco Wafers, Candy Buttons on paper tape, Wax Lips, Candy Cigarettes. Amazing!
They went on-line in early 2000 with their first candy assortment and began to grow. In 2003 they moved into a larger facility and expanded at the beginning of 2004. They moved into a much larger facility in August of 2006 where they are located today. 2013 began their 13th year in the candy business.
Prize: Winner's Choice of Candy by Decades 4 lb. box from here
Dates: 7/26-8/9
Open to: US Residents 18+
Enter to win using the Giveaway Tools Widget below. Good luck!

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11 comments:

  1. The 50"s box would be great with M & M peanut, chewing gum cigarettes and the like, was a fun time to grow up could always get a bag full of candy at Pikes store in Philly in a small paper bag, loved trips to Pikes was in hog heaven with a dime worth of candy...

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  2. I would choose the 1980's box =)

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  3. I might go with the 70s. I was a kid then, so I remember those candies fondly, lol!

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  4. I would choose the 1950's box!!

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  5. I would like to get the 1950's candy. It has the best candy.

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  6. I am torn between the 1980s candy (for the hubby) and 1990s candy (for myself)! Either one would be amazing!!

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  7. I think I would have to go with the 80's...I'm technically a 70's kid, but the candy from the 80's is better!

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  8. I'd pick the 1980's box for my brother. He was big into candy then. Thanks.

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  9. The 1960s. I wasn't around then, but those candies bring back memories for me.

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