October 18, 2021

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The man gives the candy factory a surprise by the enthusiastic public response / Boing Boing

The man gives the candy factory a surprise by the enthusiastic public response / Boing Boing
The man gives the candy factory a surprise by the enthusiastic public response / Boing Boing

A gentleman aggressively borrows The Plot device from the beloved children’s novel People want to win the candy factory.

Fast company:

David Klein, who sold his stake in Jelly Belly in 1980 and now runs a company called Spectrum Confections, announced last week that he would give the candy factory to a lucky winner who could find the “ultimate treasure”. In addition, a treasure hunter in all 50 states will receive $ 5,000. The competition aroused immense interest with the “Gold Ticket” Facebook Group Getting tens of thousands of members in just a few days and on the website TheGoldTicket.com Crashing from the clear flow of visitors.

Klein said he was reached by phone Fast company He was on guard with the surge. “It was the biggest response to anything we did,” he said.

His game costs $ 50 to play, but people are willing.