Connecticut Student Surprised With Full Pallet of Reese’s After Painting Parking Spot
Imagine, if you will, pulling into your high school parking spot that you painted like a peanut butter cup wrapper, and finding a pallet filled with 17,280 peanut butter cups.
That's exactly what happened when Oxford High School senior Tanner Saracco attempted to pull into his parking area a couple of months ago. Taking up his space, was a pallet of Reese's Peanut Butter Cups that totaled 8,640 packages of creamy, melt in your mouth chocolaty peanut buttery goodness.
According to fox61.com, Tanner's infatuation with one of America's favorite treats motivated him to paint his high school parking spot to make it look like a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup wrapper and guess what?
The big brass at Reese's found out about Tanner's paint job, contacted his mom through Facebook and arranged to surprise Tanner with a gargantuan number of his beloved peanut butter cups, which totaled 8,640 packages for a total of 17,280 cups of the infectious marriage of chocolate and peanut butter. Hey, Tanner did you know Reese's sells their 4.5-pound jar of peanut butter sauce?
According to a recent CNN poll, Reeses's Peanut Butter Cups was the country's most favorite Halloween treat for 2019 followed by Snickers and M&M's.