Custom Hershey Kisses

Custom Hershey kisses, those delightful little chocolates that we have all known and loved, have been with us for many years-since 1907, as a matter of fact. They come from a long line of quality chocolate from the company that has also given us Hershey bars, Mr. Goodbars, Krackel bars, and all of the Hershey miniatures. It is almost impossible to grow up without tasting them.
Americans love their chocolate. The average American consumes approximately 11.7 pounds of chocolate each and every year. A large portion of that chocolate carries the Hershey name. So when choosing a new way to advertise your company, why not select a promotional product that receives such wide use and attention?
Customize Hershey kisses with your company logo or other business information for widespread company branding efforts. Are you advertising an event, whether for charity or something such as a store opening? Let the popularity of these little silver covered candies do the job for you. Or customize even further and match the foil wrapper color to your company colors.
Place a 0.71” x 0.71” brightly colored imprint of your company logo prominently on the bottom of each Hershey kiss! Your company will automatically become associated with pleasure, good times and good taste. For as little as $.26, you can leave a very positive impression for all time with these customized Hershey kisses.
Boxes and baskets of them can be left on counters for customers to help themselves. Gift boxes filled with personalized Hershey kisses are always a crowd pleaser, and you can even choose a tin or box with your logo prominently displayed to put the kisses in. Hershey kisses aren’t made to advertise any one particular type of business; they work well whatever your company may do.
Any way you choose to distribute your kisses, the results will be the same-the public will love them. The only problem you might face is that everyone will want to take more than one, and even you might be tempted to sample your own product!

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