'Jelly Belly' to Visit Williamsburg, Va., KOA May 7-8
The world famous Jelly Belly Candy Co.’s touring bus will be making a special appearance at the Williamsburg, Va., KOA Kampground May 7-8, with fun family activities planned throughout the weekend.
Jelly Belly’s Touring”Jelly Bean Experts” will share insider secrets to the making of Jelly Belly jelly beans – the iconic candy that spread sweetness around the world during the presidency of Ronald Reagan, according to a news release.
At the Williamsburg KOA stop, Jelly Belly will offer tastes of their newest flavors, and invite the more daring to take the challenge to taste “BeanBoozled,” the wacky line of weird and wild flavors from “Skunk Spray” and “Pencil Shavings” to the delightful “Top Banana” and “Coconut” flavors.
There will be plenty of prizes for the kids, and the Jelly Belly Team will be hosting a cupcake decoration demonstration from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday May 7 at the KOA, located at 4000 Newman Road in Williamsburg. Guests will have the opportunity to learn how to create beautiful spring cupcakes with delicious Jelly Belly products.
Jelly Belly jelly beans are currently made in 92 flavors, and the most recently released flavor is Honey Bean. Known for jaw-dropping flavor profiles that hit the mark, the company also makes 100 more fine confections such as licorice, jells, gummies, seasonal sweets and chocolate covered treats. Additional information is available at JellyBelly.com or the Jelly Belly Hotline (800) 323-9380. Become a fan at facebook.com/jellybelly.
The May 6-8 weekend also doubles as one of two KOA Come Kamp & Care with us weekends at the Williamsburg KOA. Campers staying as paying guests on Friday, May 6 will receive a free night of camping on Saturday, May 7. Come Kamp & Care With Us Weekend also serves as a major fundraiser for KOA Care Camps for children with campers. KOA campers staying at the campground will have the opportunity to donate funds to KOA Care Camps, a network of 44 specialized camps throughout North America that provide a free, quality summer camp experience for children dealing with cancer.