Ultimate Objective: give consumers of all ages a place to "be like a kid in a candy store" (definition: to be very happy and excited about the things around you, and often to react to them in a way which is silly and not controlled)
There's only so much you can do with cupcakes..boring! But thanks for increasing our foot traffic:)
Do you even taste the yogurt? Its the candy toppings people enjoy!
Customized candy bars + candy buffets + favors + parties = profit beyond a bag of candy and something the competition doesnt offer
Get the name out, build relationships, please the customer, and hope they come back for more! Local marketing will be the key to getting a line out the door from day one.
Nina Bonis, Owner: Former ad exec on Hershey's account, enjoying a client funded trip to Hershey Park:) With this marketing background business will be booming!
Candy on the Row will provide a source to help out the community, while selling a product that makes people happy--it's a win win.
PinkBerry, Yogiberry, CakeLove, Georgetown Cupcakes.. What ever happened to candy stores?