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It seems just like yesterday (here) that the first Hotel Chocolat opened up on Newbury Street. I got several emails and comments that the place is quite nice. And they must be doing pretty well because they're opening up another location at the Chestnut Hill Mall. And to celebrate, they're going to send one of my lucky readers a $50 'shopping bag' of Hotel Chocolat products.

On the heels of its wildly successful American debut, Hotel Chocolat, the cocoa grower and British luxury chocolatier, has quickly announced its second US location in Boston’s metro area at The Mall at Chestnut Hill, opening in late November.

“Hotel Chocolat is a welcome addition to our retail mix at the Mall at Chestnut Hill,” said Debora Konig, Director of Marketing at Mall at Chestnut Hill. “We look forward to bringing this unique new brand to our customers just in time for holiday shopping.” Hotel Chocolat’s Chestnut Hill retail boutique was designed by world-renown commercial designer, Terry Moore.


Here are the rules, this time you'll have to answer a trivia question. Send me an email with "Hotel Chocolat" in the subject heading. And then in the body of the email I will need your name and address (so Hotel Chocolat can send you your prize) and then the answer to the following question.

Where is Hotel Chocolat's plantation located?

The contest will run for from now until Friday 12/11 at 10pm EST. After that, I will do a drawing of names of all the folks with the correct answer to the trivia question.

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1 Response to "Contest: $50 Hotel Chocolat Shopping Bag"

  1. Lily Said,

    Great contest idea - especially right before the holidays!

    Posted on 12/7/09, 3:35 PM

     
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