Jelly Belly founder, Candy Factory, to offer cash prizes for nationwide treasure hunts

Jelly Belly founder, Candy Factory, to offer cash prizes for nationwide treasure hunts
Firfield, California. (KGO) – Remember Hidden cash? Well, now a different kind of treasure hunt could be the next big craze.

This time Fairfield’s founder, California-based Jelly Bailey, is launching a series of Golden Ticket Treasure Hunting across the country ahead of his retirement.

Willie Wonka Think – with a twist.

David Klein a. Announced the competition in Video message , Naline, saying the big winners will walk away with the key to their own candy factory. Thousands of dollars are also seized in prizes.

Klein says gold tickets are available all over the U.S. Being hidden in secret places

“You are looking for a gold ticket in the form of a necklace with a find that contains the code you must use to verify your search. Winners will receive 5,000.” Contest rules.

But only one person will win the grand prize.

“We’re going to have a final treasure hunt where the winner will get the key to one of our candy factories,” Klein said.

Klein, who no longer owns Jelly Belly, tells ABC7 News that he is offering a “candyman’s kitchens” in Florida.

“The world needs this right now,” Klein said of the treasure hunt. “We’ve got thousands of comments from people who say this is the right time.”

The contest is not free. Those wishing to participate will have to pay around $ 50 to receive them The riddle of the state. There are also gold tickets Facebook group.

“There is a strict limit of 1000 participants in each treasure hunt,” Clay added.

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