See’s Candies Fundraiser with VolunteerSpot

Walking through the mall one day I was greeted by a woman in a white dress and big black bow tie. Holding out a tray of chocolate treats to tantalize me. It worked. I mean I stop for free chocolate but I was in for a surprise. This was no ordinary food of the gods. This was See’s Candies.

The one that’s been around for 90 years and still going strong. With over 1 million avid fans of Facebook. And customers who will go to the extreme to get their fix. It’s much easier now by buying online. Thank goodness.

See's Candies Fundraiser

Photo Credit: See’s Candies and VolunteerSpot

Along with Volunteer Spot, the sponsor of this post, See’s Candies is running a sweepstakes to help your school raise $1000 for free – 4 winners get 180 signature, chocolate eggs each in their 3 most popular flavors – chocolate butter, bordeaux, and peanut butter. Just in time for spring these eggs beat their competition yolks down.

Enter on the VolunteerSpot Facebook page (you have to like to enter) Be sure to follow the easy steps. And let me know if you won! And tell me how much you adore See’s. Very important: Ends March 27th. So go there now!!

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  1. Awesome info. Heading there now. Thanks!