ZooBooo! & Boo at the Zoo!
BALTIMORE, MD (October 31, 2013) — This past weekend the Maryland Zoo and the National Zoo each held special Halloween Events: ZooBooo! in Baltimore and Boo at the Zoo in Washington DC. Each of the Zoos set up treat stations in the parks to provide safe and fun environments for kids to Trick or Treat! When trick-or-treating, kids could pick up Goetze's Caramel Creams and Cow Tales candy provided by Team Give & Goetze.
Each park had various activities as well, like the Conservation Carousel (at the National Zoo) and the pumpkin decorating and costume contests (at the Maryland Zoo). Not to mention, each ticket came with full admission to the zoo, so they got to walk around and see the animals!
To read more about ZooBooo! at the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore, click here. To read more about Boo at the Zoo at the National Zoo, click here.
Team Give & Goetze is about healthy living and charitable giving. Together, Give & Goetze team members participate in various races to raise awareness and funds for local non-profit organizations. Over the years, beneficiaries have included the Barth Syndrome Foundation, Kennedy Krieger Foundation, Pathfinders for Autism, and Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Chesapeake.
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.
For more information about Goetze’s Candy Company, Inc., Caramel Creams, or Cow Tales visit www.goetzecandy.com.
About Goetze’s Candy Co., Inc.
Goetze’s Candy is a fifth generation, family-owned company located in downtown Baltimore, MD. Founded in 1895, we are celebrating 123 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.
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