BALTIMORE, MD (June 28, 2017) – Goetze’s Candy Company, Inc. announces that they will be setting an all new world’s record at the Maryland State Fair this year with the largest Cow Tales® ever recorded. Typically one ounce in size and approximately 7 inches in length, Cow Tales® are a soft, chewy caramel wrapped around a decadent cream center. “We intend to produce the largest Cow Tales® anyone has ever seen,” stated Mitchell Goetze, CEO of Goetze’s Candy Co., Inc. “To commemorate the 136th Annual Maryland State Fair, our goal is to create a Cow Tales® that measures approximately 10 feet in length.” The ginormous Cow Tales® will be featured in front of the Bulk Candy Store inside the Exhibition Hall. The last few days of the fair, the Bulk Candy Store will be selling pieces of this record setting Cow Tales® with all the proceeds benefiting the Maryland State Fair Scholarship Fund.
Cow Tales® debuted in 1984 as a companion product to the very successful Caramel Creams® sweet treat. The fun shape and quirky name leant this new item to the younger demographic. Caramel Creams® were often referred to as Bulls-Eyes® due to the unique round shape of the caramel with a white center. The name Cow Tales® was created by playing off the Bulls-Eyes® name but with a little twist in the end. “Tales” refers to the childhood Fairy Tales and was noted in the cow jumping over the moon that was once featured at the end of the Cow Tales ® logo. For more information about the Cow Tales® or Goetze’s Candy Company, Inc., visit www.goetzecandy.com.
The 136th unFAIRgettable MY Maryland State fun begins with Preview/Ridemania night on Thursday, August 24. Maryland State Fair buildings, among them the Exhibition Hall where the world’s largest Cow Tales® will be located, barns, Midway rides, games and food, Thoroughbred and/or Simulcast horse racing, and more will open on Friday, August 25 – Monday, September 4. For details visit www.marylandstatefair.com.
About Goetze’s Candy Co., Inc.: “We make a unique combination of caramel and cream that you will always remember”. Goetze’s Candy is a fifth generation, family owned company located in downtown Baltimore, MD. Founded in 1895, we are celebrating 122 years of making sweet treats in the USA. Since the 1940’s, our staple product has been Caramel Creams® --- a soft, chewy caramel wrapped around a decadent cream center --- a tasty, iconic American treat. In 1984, Goetze’s Candy introduced Cow Tales®, an elongated version of the classic Caramel Creams®.
Today, Caramel Creams® are available in six flavors ---“original” vanilla, chocolate, “original” chocolate, strawberry, apple, and licorice. Cow Tales® are available in four flavors --- “original” vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, and apple.
BALTIMORE, MD, March 17, 2016 – Team Give & Goetze kicked off the 2016 race season with the Under Armour Kelly St. Patrick’s Day Shamrock 5k on Sunday March 13th, 2016. 13 runners grabbed their green and joined team Give & Goetze to complete a 5k run through the streets of downtown Baltimore City. Team Give & Goetze completed 40.3 miles, raising $201.50 for the Barth Syndrome Foundation.
Barth syndrome is an X-linked genetic disorder caused by a mutation in the tafazzin gene, resulting in an inborn error of lipid metabolism. The Barth Syndrome Foundation is the only worldwide volunteer organization dedicated to education, advances in treatment, and finding a cure for Barth syndrome. To learn more, visit www.barthsyndrome.org.
The Give & Goetze initiative is about healthy living and charitable giving. The race team is comprised of a group of Baltimore runners who help charities prosper one mile at a time. For more information and to follow Give & Goetze events throughout 2016, visit facebook.com/giveandgoetze.
Join Goetze’s Candy Company Friday, November 27 through Sunday, November 29 for Kennedy Krieger Institute’s Festival of Trees! This three-day holiday extravaganza features fairyland forests, gingerbread towns, toy train gardens, 100 gift boutiques, holiday goodies, nightly entertainment, and fun activities for kids. Browse the tree forests to find Goetze’s Candy Company’s 7-foot holiday tree! Proceeds benefit the Kennedy Krieger Institute.
For more information and to purchase tickets, visit festivaloftrees.kennedykrieger.org.
Goetze’s Candy Company’s Team Give and Goetze 2015 charity race season wraps up with feet on the ground at the 2015 Baltimore Running Festival. Despite the chilly temperature, wind, and lost buses, Team Give & Goetze ran a total of 134.1 miles, raising $670.50 for the Barth Syndrome Foundation.
The 2015 Team Give and Goetze team was comprised of 27 runners who traveled 251.9 miles, and raised a total of $1,259.50. Team Give and Goetze’s 2015 charity miles supported Kennedy Krieger, Baltimore Fire & Police, Pathfinders for Autism, and the Barth Syndrome Foundation.
Team Give & Goetze will kick off the 2016 charity race season on Sunday, March 13th, 2016 at Baltimore’s St. Patrick’s Day Shamrock 5K.
Harper’s Bazaar names Caramel Creams® as one of Sarah Jessica Parker’s favorite things. There is a sweet surprise to turn to page 136 of the 2015 October edition of Harper’s Bazaar. You’ll find Sarah Jessica Parker’s A-List of favorite things, from her gold sandals to her best jeans, plus Goetze’s Caramel Creams! It’s a sweet reminder that your favorite stars indulge in your favorite treats too.
About Goetze’s Candy
Goetze’s Candy manufactures the caramel treats Caramel Creams® and Cow Tales®, in five flavors: vanilla, chocolate, apple, strawberry, and licorice. A 5th generation family company, Goetze’s Candy manufactures the trademark chewy caramels with a cream center in Baltimore, Maryland. All of Goetze’s Candy Company products are made in USA. Goetze’s Caramel Creams® and Cow Tales® do not contain any nut ingredients and they are manufactured in a dedicated, tree nut and peanut free facility. For more information about the Caramel Creams®, Cow Tales® or Goetze’s Candy Company, Inc., email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 410-342-2010.
Founded in 1895, Goetze’s Candy Company celebrates 120 years with Caramel Creams® and Cow Tales® fans by giving away a year supply of Goetze’s American made candy and American made bicycles to three lucky winners.
Winners will receive quarterly shipments of Cow Tales® (vanilla, strawberry, chocolate and apple), Caramel Creams®, Chocolate Caramel Creams® and Mini Cow Tales® from Goetze’s Candy, plus a classic an American made bicycle. Open to legal residents of North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, and Georgia, participants could enter once a day throughout August.
Out of thousands of entries, Goetze’s Candy Company extends congratulations to our three winners: Heather M. from Wilmington, North Carolina; Tonya R. from Gastonia, North Carolina; and Meghan C. from Wendall, North Carolina.
The Baltimore in a Box Emoji app was officially launched in August and features the iconic brand image of the Caramel Creams®. “We are excited that our fans will now be able to text, tweet and email our candy image around the world”, stated John Leipold, Director of Sales and Marketing for Goetze’s Candy Co. “We are proud to have been making this iconic brand for over 120 year in a city that we love and are proud to be featured as one of the items that consumers can add to their Baltimore in a Box”, Leipold says.
The Caramel Creams® emoji along with 60 other images that represent the spirit of city, can be downloaded from the Apple App store for free.
For more information about the Caramel Creams®, Cow Tales® or Goetze’s Candy Company, Inc., email marketing @ goetzecandy.com or call 410-342-2010.
Goetze’s Cow Tales® announces 2015 sponsorship of the National Tractor Pulling Association (NTPA) for the second, consecutive year. As a sponsor, Cow Tales® will be featured at over 70 NTPA events throughout the Midwest from May through October, including a sample tent and street team at four Grand National events. The NTPA is the sport’s original and most respected truck and tractor pulling organization.
Cow Tales® returns to the 2015 NTPA events offering samples of Mini Cow Tales® at the four Grand National events, plus an annual sweepstakes to enter to win a year supply of Cow Tales®. “The ‘Pullers Get More Tale’ theme was a big hit last year,” said Meghan Brody, Brand Manager at Goetze’s Candy Company. Duke, the Cow Tales® cow, his trucker hat, and “Pull Some Tale” will be featured on shirts, banners and ads throughout all NTPA events.
About Cow Tales®
Goetze’s Candy manufactures the caramel treats Caramel Creams® and Cow Tales®, in five flavors: vanilla, chocolate, apple, strawberry, and licorice. A 5th generation family company, Goetze’s Candy manufactures the trademark chewy caramels with a cream center in Baltimore, Maryland. All of Goetze’s Candy Company products are made in USA. Goetze’s Caramel Creams® and Cow Tales® do not contain any nut ingredients and they are manufactured in a dedicated, tree nut and peanut free facility. For more information about the Caramel Creams®, Cow Tales®, or Goetze’s Candy Company, Inc., email email@example.com or call 410-342-2010.
Team Give & Goetze kicked off the first race of the season running in the Kelly St. Patrick’s Day Shamrock 5k on Sunday March 16th, 2015. A total of 18 runners participated in the event and ran a total of 55.8 miles and donated $279 to Kennedy Kreiger.
Give & Goetze is about healthy living and charitable giving. The team is comprised of a group of runners who help charities prosper one mile at a time. For more information and to follow Give & Goetze events throughout 2015, visit facebook.com/giveandgoetze.
In front of Goetze’s Candy Company, The Baltimore Tree Trust is transforming the vacant medians along Monument Avenue in East Baltimore. Committed to restoring the city’s urban forest and improving the health of Baltimore’s public, the Baltimore Tree Trust is planting trees, and providing tree education through community engagement and advocacy.
Traveling via a solar and pedal powered trike, Sustainable Joes founder, Stephen Szucs, is traveling over 6,000km from Canada to Florida in an effort to create the world’s largest sustainability network. On Wednesday, October 1, 2014, Stephen met up with the Baltimore Tree Trust in front of Goetze’s Candy Company and helped plant a tree. Stephen captured his Baltimore visit in the following time-lapsed video.
For more information about the Baltimore Tree Trust, please visit baltimoretreetrust.org. For more information about Stephen’s mission, visit sustainablejoes.com and follow the #RETHINK conversation on Twitter and Instagram.