Share Some History This Grandparents’ Day

When it comes to gift-giving this Grandparents’ Day, the Copper Collection is the way to go! I reach for the rich milk and dark chocolates of Russell Stover any chance I get when it comes to celebrating, and now this collection offers so many choices and sizes that there is definitely something for everyone. September 13th will be here before you know it, so get it in gear and plan to pick up a bag or box of Russell Stover candies. 

Brittany with Russell Stover Copper Collection candies.

Two small coffee cups filled with Russell Stover chocolates.

Present your Pop and Gran an assortment of American-made morsels in a cheerful mug to celebrate the occasion. Here’s a little history about Russell Stover Chocolates: “In 1923, Clara and Russell Stover began making candy in the kitchen of their Denver bungalow home. The company, initially employing seven employees, was first known as Mrs. Stover’s Bungalow Candies.” I wonder what concoctions your grandparents have created in the kitchen? I want to encourage you to have an enjoyable conversation with grandparents about their childhood, where they grew up, what they were interested in, and what brought them the most joy. It’s easy to keep the conversation going over gourmet chocolates!

Really, I can’t think of anything that goes better with confetti than CHOCOLATE. So seriously, whether you are celebrating Grandparents’ Day, the first day of fall, your daughter getting her braces off, or simply surviving the summer – Celebrate with Russel Stover!

Russell Stover chocolates with "Happy Everything" and colorful paper shred.