Friday, October 7, 2011

Join Me for a Night of Chocolate Indulgence with 3 Musketeers®

The 3 Musketeers Bar was the third brand produced and manufactured by M&M/MARS, introduced in 1932.  Originally, it had three pieces in one package, flavored chocolate, strawberry and vanilla, hence the name. Rising costs and wartime restrictions on sugar saw the phasing out of the vanilla and strawberry pieces to leave only the more popular chocolate. Costing five cents when it was introduced, it was marketed as one of the largest chocolate bars available, one that could be shared by friends.  Flash forward 79 years later, and the 3 Musketeers Bar is still one of America's most popular candy bars. 

Earlier this year, the iconic 3 MUSKETEERS launched a reformulated version of its classic candy bar. This new bar now features MORE chocolate taste for a richer chocolate experience along with the light and fluffy texture we all know and love.

Keeping with the theme wanting MORE - because who doesn’t want more chocolate - they surveyed over 1,000 Americans to see what other types of things they would like MORE of. Along with things like vacation, TV channels and sleep, they also found that people would like more face-to-face real world interactions with their social media contacts.

So, they decided to host a party in Dallas and give the people what they wanted! And how lucky am I that I have been asked to host this delicious soiree along with some other of my fab blogging friends: Mike Merrill of the Social Media Club of Dallas, Laura Thornquist from My DFW Mommy and Holly Homer from She Is Dallas.

Join Me for a Night of Chocolate Indulgence!

WHEN?     Wednesday, October 12

WHERE?   W Hotel - Wet Bar, 2440 Victory Park Lane, Dallas, TX 75219

WHAT?      Mix and mingle, sample lots of delectable chocolate, and enter to win one of three amazing door prizes: a spa package, flight voucher or chocolate gift basket!! There will also be a fun interactive food demo with the 3 Musketeers chocolate.

COST?  None! Entrance to this event is free, but registration is required.  Please RSVP here:

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