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Sweet deal for Burlington businesses

To show its appreciation to the city’s corporate community, Nestle will sell candy by the case to businesses from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday at the Burlington Area Chamber of Commerce office, 113 E. Chestnut St.

BURLINGTON — Burlington businesses can get some sweet deals next week courtesy of Nestle USA.

To show its appreciation to the city’s corporate community, Nestle will sell candy by the case to businesses from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday at the Burlington Area Chamber of Commerce office, 113 E. Chestnut St.

At the sale, businesses can celebrate being a part of Chocolate City by purchasing Nestle products in bulk on a first-come, first-served basis.

The sale event has changed this year, chamber officials said. Businesses may purchase only one of each item offered, and there will be no pre-orders.

Payments can be made paid in cash, credit card or checks made out to BACC. Tax is included in the amount. Receipts will be provided for cash payments. The sale will continue while supplies last.

The following products will be available:

  • 100 Grand Fun Size 12/11-ounce package ($35).
  • 100 Grand Share Pack: six boxes of 24, 2.8-ounce bars per case ($30)
  • Crunch 12 11-ounce package ($40)
  • Raisnets Singles: 10 boxes of 36, 1.58-ounce per case ($25)
  • Morsels Semi Sweet: 24/count per case ($40)

Business can use the chocolates to remind customers and visitors about the city’s annual Chocolatefest, a four-day event filled with music, entertainment, art, carnival rides and, of course, chocolate. It is scheduled to run May 27-30 at the ChocolateFest Grounds at 681 Maryland Ave., Burlington.

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