Unwrap National Chocolate Day
Most people agree that everyday is a good day for indulging in chocolate, and this sentiment makes National Chocolate Day one of the easiest days for small business owners to celebrate it with their customers. Sure there are other days each year that celebrate the rich texture and taste of specific chocolates but this day celebrates all kinds and all flavors of the sweet treat everyone knows as chocolate.
Chocolate has been cultivates and talked about in recorded history for nearly 3000 years. The main areas that cultivate the Cacao Tree that bears the fruit to make chocolate from are Mexico, Central America and Northern South America. The seeds from the Cacao tree are very bitter and need to be fermented before they become the chocolates base.
Like most days of celebration National Chocolate Day lends itself perfectly to join up with other businesses or nonprofits to hold a joint event in your communities. The join with others brings many benefits like less marketing costs, less labor costs and a significantly larger social advertising footprint. All this means is when you join in with others you reach more people for less cost.
National Chocolate Day was created by the National Confectioners Association click the link for more info on the association.
Below is a bit of info from Wikipedia with lots more info about this day of celebration can be found on Their Page
The U.S. National Confectioners Association lists four primary chocolate holidays on their calendar(Chocolate Day (July 7), two National Chocolate Days (October 28 and December 28), and International Chocolate Day (September 13)), in addition to variants such as National Milk Chocolate Day, National White Chocolate Day, and National Cocoa Day.
There is a 2nd National Chocolate Day falling on Dec 28th and National Chocolate Covered Anything Day occurring each Dec 16th, and many many more days have been set aside to celebrate the wonderfulness of chocolate.