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Monday, December 9, 2013

When looking for the perfect nostalgic gift for that Baby Boomer who has everything, think about the Holiday Dove - Box of Retro Candy.

These fun candies are sure to bring back memories of fun stuff like "Choo, Choo, Charlie - The Engineer" preshow commercials at the drive-in movie theaters. The kids shook their box of Good & Plenty to create a make-believe train sound as Charlie rang the bell, and they sang along, "Don't know any kind of candy that I love so well."

As if that is not enough to put a smile on a loved one’s face, wait until they checkout the confections from the era when smoking was cool such as the Bubble Gum Cigar, Candy Cigarettes, Licorice Pipe, and Bubble Gum Cigarettes. It was fun to find those in the trick-or-treat bag along with wax lips.

Folks who remember the soda fountain and drug store days will get a kick out of the old-fashioned salt-water taffy, root beer barrels, candy necklaces, candy lipstick, and candy buttons on paper.

The Holiday Dove - Box of Retro Candy: Fun Addition to a Gift Basket for a Favorite Guy or Girl.

For Him: Find a few old comic books to look at while he works on some Now & Later, a box of Dots, or a Charleston Chew. Then, add some baseball cards, caps, and maybe a few bobble head souvenirs for his man cave, and it is sure to be a gift that will make his day.

For Her: Get some colorful stationary, fun pens, a pretty journal, a scrapbook, and maybe a latest bestseller to read while she noshes on Smarties, Sweetarts, Bit-O-Honey, or Pixy Stix. She will love the little indulgences just for her.

There are forty delicious old favorites in this box that are sure to please everyone's discerning taste buds such as Gobstoppers, mini Necco Wafers, Red Hots, Lemonheads, Zagnut, and more. Be sure to get a retro box for all your favorite old-time candy lovers.

by: Woodstock Candy


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