Everyone enjoys Halloween's spookiness. Halloween is a special night for dressing up, trick-or-treating, and devouring candy.
Nothing ruins Halloween like a "take one" notice on a bowl of candy placed on a doorway. One naughty youngster taking it all is worse.
What if everything changed? This year, Kit Kat will remove the "take one" placards and the empty candy bowls. Kit Kat supports Salem, Massachusetts' Mayor's Night Out.
Kit Kat picked Salem, a city famed for its spine-chilling history and witchcraft, to present its concept to stop empty candy bowls.
Kit Kat will introduce its first Never-Ending Kit Kat Bowl in Salem on October 7. This dish will replenish with Kit Kat bars right before your eyes, giving trick-or-treaters an unending supply.
Attendees will be the first to observe how they whimsically replenish this dish. Kit Kat is clever to open a shop in Salem to show off their Halloween invention.
Don't worry if you can't make Salem's Halloween party. On certain days beginning October 12, Halloween fans may visit Hershey's Chocolate World in Times Square to see the Never-Ending Kit Kat Bowl.
Kit Kat is asking the public where the magical bowl travels next. Your hometown's Halloween festivities might be considered.
@kitkat us on social media will create a Never-Ending Kit Kat Bowl for your city. Randomly selecting one winner alone.