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Reese has developed a "candy converter" that lets you promise disappointing Halloween sweets
by Reese Machine is simple: insert unwanted sweets, get yourself Reese.
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The company's promise is simple: put unwanted candy in the machine and it will give you reeses.
And the company expects that many will accept the offer – a promotional video says that 90 percent of Americans wish to exchange their Halloween sweets, citing a study commissioned by the company.
Reese & # 39; s says his machine is running at 16:00. until 9pm in front of Washington Square Park in Manhattan on Wednesday. The machine will be on 5th Avenue between Washington Square North and East 8th Street, the company says.
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The machine was released on Sunday at a Halloween parade in Tarrytown, New York, CNN , presented.
Between this appearance and the planned Halloween outing, which plans to spend 10,000 candies, Delish reports. The publication states that Reese advises people to get there early if they are interested in sharing sweets.
Promotional material for the machine asks, "How much candy would you trade for a Reese mug?"
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