NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--See’s Candies (See’s), one of the most trusted and timeless candy makers, has partnered with Bill Rhodes, CEO of Travis Melbren Inc., to open its first ever permanent shop in Manhattan on January 20, 2017.
Located at 60 West 8th Street, the shop serves more than 100 varieties of candy — all made from scratch with quality ingredients. See’s is famous for American-made delicious treats including boxed chocolates, peanut brittle, lollypops, and seasonal gifts.
“What makes See’s Candies so special is the chocolate maker’s commitment to using only the finest and freshest ingredients, where employees are treated like family and customers are warmly greeted with a sample,” said Bill Rhodes. “I’m looking forward to providing this experience and iconic tradition to the residents of New York City.”
The shop features everything from the iconic black-and-white checkered floor to the friendliest customer service in New York, and carries on the See’s tradition of handing out a free sample to each guest.
“Over the past ninety-six years, See’s has remained true to the heritage founded by Charles and Mary See in 1921. We’re thrilled to be partnering with Bill to bring our commitment to tradition, taste and quality to the New York City community, and welcome the residents to be a part of the See’s family,” said Brad Kinstler, CEO of See’s Candies.
See’s is planning a grand opening event at the shop to celebrate the opening later this spring.
About See's Candies:
Delivering American-made deliciousness since 1921, we happily continue to make candy Mary See’s way, using only the finest ingredients. Our chocolates and treats are made in our own candy kitchens. From our decadent truffles and chocolate-covered nuts to gourmet lollypops and peanut brittle, it's quality you can taste in every piece.
Headquartered in sunny California, we have 249 retail shops across the country and an online shop that serves See’s fans around the world. As See's continues to grow, we are committed to upholding the highest level of taste, quality, tradition and service.