Just in time for the holidays, Nestle Crunch is unveiling an adorable stocking stuffer created in partnership with Paul Frank Industries. The limited edition
Nestle Crunch Paul Frank bar is a one-of-a-kind chocolate treat available at Target stores only for the 2011 holiday. The sweet news? Look for a chance to win big in the Nestle Crunch/Paul Frank Stocking Stuffer Online Sweepstakes.
Nestle Crunch has been a favorite since it was introduced in the U.S. in 1938. Since that time, fans have enjoyed the perfect combination of creamy milk chocolate and light, airy crispies that give the bar a distinctive "CRUNCH!" Adding something extra, something unexpected is part of the personality of the brand and this year is no exception.
The limited-edition Nestle Crunch Paul Frank bar is a 2.75 oz bar tucked inside a colorful gift envelope that doubles as a holiday card. Unique, colorful packaging features holiday artwork and the loveable characters from the Paul Frank collection, including Julius the Monkey and Clancy the Giraffe.
"Stocking stuffers are a 'must have' for the holidays, but just any ol' thing won't do," says Tricia Bowles, spokesperson, Nestle Confections & Snacks. "The key is to give your loved ones their favorites wrapped with delightful surprises! We've done that with this year's Nestle Crunch Paul Frank bar—delicious Nestle Crunch adorned with Paul Frank's whimsical characters. The two will delight the eyes and the taste buds, and bring out the carefree joy of being a kid again, no matter what your age."
For something extra, fans can visit the Nestle Crunch Facebook page to enter for a chance to win prizes each week from November 21 through December 31, 2011. Prizes include a month's supply of Nestle crunch bars and one Paul Frank product. Week 1: Julius Alarm Clock that projects the time onto the walls; Week 2: iPhone 4 Cover; Week 3: A 15" Laptop Case; Week 4: Sunglasses "beneath the bleachers"; Week 5: PJ Bundle (PJs, slippers and robe); and Week 6: A $500 Paul Frank Shopping Spree
Sweepstakes ends 12/31/11. No purchase necessary.
Source: Nestle Crunch