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Now Shipping Nationwide, Candy Club Brings The Magic Of The Candy Store To Your Door

The Nation's Premier Candy of the Month Club is Sweetening Mailboxes from Coast to Coast

LOS ANGELES, Aug. 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Candy Club, the nation's premier candy of the month club, is excited to announce the availability of the only premium, monthly subscription service designed especially for candy lovers.  Curated by the company's in-house, sweet-toothed aficionados, Candy Club shipments offer members a diverse selection of delicious favorites and hard-to-find classic candies conveniently delivered to their doorsteps.

Candy Club - The Nation’s Premier Candy of the Month Club

"There are a lot of subscription box delivery services available to consumers – but none that, quite literally, bring the candy store to your door," said Keith Cohn, a veteran executive in the CPG and digital marketing fields, who serves as the company's CEO. "The candy industry presents us with a huge addressable market with sales topping $30 billion annually. With Candy Club, we marry quality and convenience in a way that will ultimately bring magic and joy to peoples' doorsteps – and the better the candy, the bigger the smiles."

The concept is simple. First, visit Candy Club's website (www.CandyClub.com) and choose a one, three, six, or 12 month plan option. Second, receive your box of premium, hand-picked candy delivered to your home or business every month. Last – and most important – enjoy! Selections vary each month, offering members an assortment of three different types of candy stored in novelty Candy Club containers. One month's box may surprise recipients with Haribo® Gummi Techno Bears, Sour Power® Wild Cherry Belts, Gimbal's® Sour Gourmet Jelly Beans and, as an added bonus, Butterfields® Peach Buds – all on a bed of Sweet's® Salt Water Taffy. Whether you're craving a short-term fix or long-term satisfaction, Candy Club offers the perfect solution for your insatiable sweet tooth.

Stumped on the perfect back-to-school gift for your grandson? Looking for an update to the tired flower and chocolate combination for your sweetheart? Or are you simply a hardcore candy lover who doesn't mind indulging now and then? Whatever your circumstance, Candy Club makes your life a little easier and a little sweeter at the same time. And priced competitively at $29.99/mo, $24.99/mo, $22.99/mo, and $19.99/mo, respectively (not including shipping) – it allows you to save cash while sweetening your or a special someone's stash.  

About Candy Club:
Candy Club is the nation's premier candy of the month club, offering the only premium, monthly subscription service designed especially for candy lovers. Conveniently designed to bring the candy store to your door, Candy Club shipments are curated by the company's in-house "sultans of sweet," offering members a consistently rotating variety of delicious favorites and hard-to-find classic candies. Membership plans are offered in one, three, six and 12 month periods, and include one box per month of three candy varieties. Whether it's the rarely seen Haribo® Gummi Techno Bears or the classic, nostalgia-inducing Butterfields® Peach Buds, Candy Club's sweet-toothed experts are always on the hunt for the most exciting confections that will bring joy to their members' lives. For more information about Candy Club and national online ordering, please visit www.candyclub.com.

Candy Club – The PREMIER candy of the month club

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