Promotional chocolate for some sweet, delicious brandingPromotional chocolate makes dreams come true. Seriously. Just listen to this heartwarming story. A man spent the equivalent of $4,000 on promotional chocolate in an effort to find the one with a golden ticket — the promotional chocolate bar that could win his wife a spot on the British version of the reality show, "Big Brother."
A total of 100 golden tickets had been placed inside promotional candy bars. And she got one! By the deadline, 57 other people found tickets, but a few dropped out of the running and a whopping 19 others did not pass the required background check.
From the golden ticket-holders remaining, a drawing was held, and her ticket was picked! It was like being that kid in Willy Wonka!
At the time she was a 43-year-old who lived in Kent and whose only claim to fame was that was that she had appeared as a keyboardist in Robert Palmer's "Addicted to Love" video. I mean, that would be enough for us (Hello? She was a Robert Palmer girl!). That, and $4,000-worth of promotional chocolate. But that wasn't enough for her. Maybe because the chocolate wasn't from Pinnacle Promotions.
See, Pinnacle Promotions has the best promotional chocolate for your business and your brand. Our promotional chocolate comes to you from the names you know and love, like Godiva, Hershey's, and Ghirardelli. We can print pictures on Oreo cookies, put your logo on a graham cracker, get your company name on a promotional chocolate bar, or engrave your motto on a popsicle stick. We have truffles, cocoa, caramel chocolate apples, chocolate cigars, and collector tins with chocolate-covered Oreos — and they're all great marketing tools for your business. Hand them out at trade shows, expos, and other events. Nobody can pass up a free bag of customized chocolate-covered pretzels with your company's logo on it. Nobody.
But back to the "Big Brother" story. She went on the show, where she was required to live in a golden room and wear gold outfits at all times. She lasted a reported 79 days in the house. Since then, she's had an illustrious career of playing herself on shows like "Big Brother's Little Brother" and "Big Brother Uncut." Whether her career will last as long as all that promotional chocolate is uncertain. But one thing is for sure: Promotional chocolate really does make dreams come true.