NEW YORK –
Halloween sweets are like a box of chocolates … you never know which ones you'll get. And sometimes you felt a little more than cheated on being treated like a child.
According to a survey recently commissioned by Reese, 90 percent of Americans say they have acted or wished they could trade their unwanted candies for Halloween. In addition, four out of five Americans have traded sweets that they did not know for a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup or would like to trade sweets.
Your methodology? An online survey of more 1, 276 US adults aged 18 and over who have gone trick or treating sometime in their lives.
Reese's peanut butter mugs happened to be the number one Halloween sweets. And so Reese's found a solution.
People who do not like the Halloween sweets that they do not get after a night of trick-or-treating may now trade the candy for a Reese peanut butter mug.
Reese is created a special vending machine, the "candy converter", which was designed solely for this exchange.
He made his debut at the Tarrytown Annual Halloween Parade and will travel to New York City on Wednesday night.
Reese's will be exchanged for 1
It will be set up on Wednesday in Fifth Avenue in front of Washington Square Park at 4:00 pm. to 19.00
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