Enter for Your Chance to Win American Heritage Chocolate® AND Free Tickets to the New York Historical Society’s President’s Day Event – The History of Chocolate!

To celebrate one of our founding fathers’ favorite foods, The Historic Division of Mars and the New York Historical Society present a family friendly event on Presidents’ Day, February 18, all about the history of chocolate. The American Heritage Chocolate® line of products is a nod to an original 18th century recipe – the type of chocolate George Washington, Thomas Jefferson or Abraham Lincoln would have enjoyed.

“Chocolate… the superiority of the article both for health and nourishment will soon give it the same preference over tea and coffee in America,” said Jefferson to John Adams in 1785. Find out if you agree, with free samples and chocolate-making demonstrations from 12pm-4pm.

Starting Monday February 11, you can enter to win two tickets to the event and a delicious prize pack of American Heritage Chocolate® by participating in the Twitter sweepstakes.

HOW TO ENTER:

  • Follow @Choc_History (hyperlink: https://twitter.com/choc_history), the official handle of The Historic Division of Mars, on Twitter
  • Re-tweet the sweepstakes message posted by @Choc_History every morning, February 11th through February 15th, or simply tweet them with hashtags #PresidentsDay and #ChocHistory
  • Stay tuned for daily winner announcements! We will select one lucky winner every day in a random drawing

 

Click here for Official Rules

Don’t have a Twitter account? You can join for free here!

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