Stephen: Reese’s brings trick-or-treating to the people with motorized door



2020’s evil villain called “Coronavirus” has cast a shadow across trick-or-treating cities this year.  Meanwhile, one towering robot seeks to save one American town’s Halloween – one peanut butter cup at a time. Hershey’s has created the Reese’s robot door – a robotic door that detects when someone says “trick or treat” then automatically dispenses king-sized packs of Reese’s peanut butter cups. Giving children a completely contactless Halloween experience, the nine-foot door can be operated by remote control from up to 5,000 feet away (if you’re REALLY big on social distancing.) The best part?  Your town could be knocking on the big orange door Halloween night!  To enter, tag @Reeses on Instagram. Then, using the hashtag #ReesesDoor, tell the candy maker why your town deserves the door.  If selected, you’ll become a hometown hero when Reese’s brings the door to your city Halloween night!  Hurry with those entries; the contest ends tomorrow.





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