Posts Tagged ‘Contest’

Karyn Gold Kirk is this week’s Candy.com Wackiest Candy Name contest winner!

Karyn answered our call for wacky candy brand names and responded with the  “Chicken Dinner” chocolate bar, which was launched by the Sperry Candy Company in 1920.

For more dirt on this candy bar, which was marketed as a meal replacement/nutrition bar, check out 10 Candy Bars You’ll Never Eat. Sooo thankful we have Luna, Clif, Kind, and LÄRA today.

Thanks to everyone who participated in this week’s contest and congrats to Karyn! A dozen Wonka Scrumdiddlyumptious bars will soon be on the way.

Image credit: Slashfood

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Candy manufacturers go to great lengths to come up with catchy names for their products. Cases in point: Whatchamacallit, Goo Goo Clusters, Abba-Zaba, and Cherry Mash.

For this week’s Candy.com contest, submit the wackiest existing or retired candy brand name that comes to mind. (No making up wacky candy names … although that could be a good contest down the road. Butterfinger was the result of a public contest held by the candy bar’s original manufacturer, the Curtiss Candy Company.)

Everyone who leaves a comment after this post or on Facebook will be entered to win a dozen Wonka Scrumdiddlyumtious bars (sorry, this name’s off limits).

We’ll announce our Scrumdiddlyumtious winner this Friday, so stay tuned!

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Since it’s fall and freaky Friday, it’s the perfect day to ask:

What’s your LEAST favorite Halloween candy?

You know, the one candy you traded out as a kid (or will trade with the neighbors this year).

When I was a small fry, my brother and I would come home Halloween night and go through our stash, trading candy piece by piece. I dumped 3 Musketeers on him and he handed over all of his Almond Joys. It was a clean and fair transaction.

To entice you to share your LEAST favorite Halloween candy (just one!), you’ll be entered into a drawing to win a $25 Candy.com Gift Card. The winner can buy his/her FAVORITE Halloween candy. Watcha waiting for?  Spill it.

Based on the feedback, I’ll post a Top Ten list early next week and announce the $25 gift-card winner. TGIF!

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It’s official. The folks at Wonka announced today that two of 10 golden tickets placed in Wonka Exceptionals chocolate bars have been found.

The two winners—Eva E. of San Francisco and Jason C. of Southaven, Miss.—will be jetting off on a trip around the world with three guests. Luckies.

According to Wonka, Eva found her golden ticket in a Wonka Exceptionals Chocolate Waterfall Bar purchased at a Target store in Colma, Calif. Jason found his in a Wonka Exceptionals Domed Dark Chocolate Bar at a Walmart in his hometown.

Wonder what the odds are of me finding a golden ticket if I pick up a Wonka Exceptionals Scrumdiddlyumptious Bar in Chicago?

In other news, the makers of M&M’s, Mars Chocolate North America, announced today that Sean “Diddy” Combs is throwing a party for Ms. Green, who was crowned America’s favorite M&M’s character. (An announcement about America’s love affair with the “I melt for no one” Ms. Green is going to be made this evening on Entertainment Tonight.)

Apparently, Ms. Green captured 23% of 3.4 million votes cast by fans at www.mms.com. She beat out Red, Yellow, Orange, and Blue. (I am a Mr. Yellow fan. How about you?)

The party with Diddy, which will be held in NYC in September, is part of Mars’ “Party Like Diddy Sweepstakes.”

The odds of scoring an invite to this soiree are probably slimmer than winning a golden ticket.

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