Nov 13, 2009 5:51 PM

Candy shop gives back to troops

One local candy shop is offering a sweet deal to customers wanting to give back to troops.

During the month of November, Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory in Paso Robles will be keeping track of of all the fudge sold and sending a matching amount to soldiers serving outside the country as a holiday gift from home.

"As we approach the holiday season, we think of those serving far from home. We want to make sure they have a little something special to remind them of home," said John Button, the store's owner.

The sweet shop is extra busy during the holiday season making treats and filling special orders. Last year, they received overwhelming community support, sending 155 pounds of fudge to the soldiers according to Patricia Parham, store manager. "It was great! We really want to do it again. Now, with so many more soldiers in the Middle East, we'd like to send even more."

The store is located at 1106 Pine Street in Paso Robles and is open Monday- Saturday from 10am-10pm and Sunday, 12pm to 10pm. For more information contact the store at 805.226.7598 or info@rmcfpasorobles.com


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