Top 10 Uses for Chocolate Coins in 2013

Chocolate coins are not just for the holidays anymore. With high-quality Belgian chocolate coins now available with endless customization options, there are great new uses for these delicious disks. Here’s our Top 10 ways to use chocolate coins in the coming new year that you may not have thought about.

1) Wedding Guest Gifts
As the Spring wedding season approaches, don’t forget to give a sweet than you to guests at your reception. Personalized chocolate coins are a favor everyone can enjoy, young or old. Make them uniquely yours for a memorable guest gift.

2) Tradeshow Giveaways
Spring also signals the start of corporate tradeshow season. Trying to get visitors to your booth? Entice them with rich Belgian chocolate customized with your company’s branding.

3) St. Patricks Day Events
St. Patrick’s Day has become a huge party day and what better way to celebrate than with a pot o’ gold featuring delicious chocolate coins. From traditional shamrock and Slainte designs to more <ahem> “festive” designs. Chocolate coins are sure to liven up even the wildest St. Paddy’s event.

4) Birthday Party Favors
Who doesn’t love chocolate? Especially on their birthday! Add the birthday boy or girl’s age to their special coins and even their name. People LOVE seeing their name in chocolate…especially young children who are so proud to give away chocolate cons with their name on them.

5) Breast Cancer Awareness Giveaways
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and pink chocolate coins are a great way to help support this important cause. Use them at rallys, walks, and other charity sponsored events. Foiled Again! Chocolate Coins offers a wide variety of breast cancer awareness designs, perfect for any event.

6) Hotel Turndowns
Chocolate coins beautifully imprinted with a hotel logo make the perfect guest room turndown treat. Two of these sumptuous Belgian chocolate treats on a guest pillow make a welcomed impression and help extend the hotel’s brand.

7) Employee Incentives & Recognitions
Chocolate coins are a low-cost way of letting your employees know how valuable they are or helping to recognize individual or group achievements. Use motivational designs like “Way to Go!”, “You Rock!” or “Teamwork” to support internal company programs.

8) School Fundraisers
Chocolate is a terrific fundraiser tool. Sell school-branded chocolate coins in elegant organza drawstring pouches to raise money for school programs or to promote school functions.

9) Halloween Treats
Want to giveaway treats this Halloween that are more unique than a Fun-Size Snickers? Choose from a huge selection of spooky Halloween images for chocolate coins that will make your house the one the kids talk about this year.

10) Holiday Celebrations
Of course, who could forget the traditional connection between chocolate and the year-end holidays of Hanukkah and Christmas. From Hanukkah gelt to Santa-emblazoned Belgian chocolate coins… there’s just no beating chocolate as a holiday mainstay.