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Monday, October 12, 2020

Sour Patch Kids Looking to Save Halloween With “Reverse Trick or Treating” Campaign [Video]

This Halloween, the candy could come directly to *you*.

Halloween is going to be a little different this year but many companies and individuals are working hard to make sure it’s still going to be, well, Halloween. One of those companies is Sour Patch Kids, who have unveiled a unique “Reverse Trick or Treating” campaign!

The brand explains the campaign over on Instagram, “We’re saving Halloween across the US. With our Reverse Trick or Treat, the candy comes to you (contactless of course).”

“And it could come to your city!” they add.

The idea here is that the Sour Patch Kids will come to select cities across the US on Halloween, delivering Sour Patch Kids candy straight to your front door. This way you don’t even have to leave the house on Halloween in order to load up on candy, with the contactless delivery service coming to twelve different cities. And it gets even cooler than that…

CandyIndustry.com notes, “In one lucky city, Sour Patch Kids will roll through the neighborhoods in a larger-than-life jack-o’-lantern mobile, shaped like the classic candy bucket. Hopping off their one-of-a-kind candy carriage, the Sour Patch Kids will personally bring Halloween tricks and treats right to families’ front doors, dropping the deliveries off contact-free while maintaining all proper safety measures.”

Learn more by visiting Sour Patch Kids’ Instagram, where you can request your city!



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/videos/3636313/sour-patch-kids-looking-save-halloween-reverse-trick-treating-campaign-video/

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