Luxist Giveway: Edward Marc Chocolates Tower
Given the look of the tempting package above I hardly need to say anything. Yes, we are giving away chocolate again and I've got a real treat for you this time. Edward Marc Chocolatier is a 96-year-old gourmet chocolate and confectionery company that is a Washington D.C. favorite. The company has been family-owned and -operated since its founding in 1914 and is making its national market debut. Edward Marc provided chocolates for Speaker Nancy Pelosi's campaign committee dinners and for Laura Bush to distribute at an event during the U.N. General Assembly. They've also provided personalized chocolate medallions for Diplomatic Corps guests at Blair House. 2010 has been a banner year for Edward Marc -- their Washington, D.C. retail flagship, designed in an array of chocolate and cream tones, opened inside the Pentagon in February, and business has been booming. The company has also had placement at high-profile local events such as the "Zoofari" event at the Smithsonian Institute National Zoo and a White House Correspondents Dinner after-party. The Edward Marc brand has also collaborated with Park Hyatt, Four Seasons and The Mayflower on various programs and events.
For one lucky Luxist reader we are giving away an Edward Marc Chocolatier signature tower: the Pearl Tower. The Tower for the giveaway includes a 16-piece chocolate truffle assortment, 16 ounces of roasted almond bark in milk and dark chocolate and a 32-piece gourmet assortment. This tower has a retail value of $65.
* To enter, leave a confirmed comment below.
* The comment must be left and confirmed before August 30, 2010 at 5:00PM Eastern Time.
* You may only enter once.
* One winner will be selected in a random drawing.
* One winner will receive one Edward Marc Chocolatier Pearl Tower.
* Open to legal residents of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia.
See complete giveaway rules here.
This contest is now closed. Thank you for your participation.