Hershey Fills College Student’s Car With Kit Kat Bars After His Was Stolen

Hershey fills college student Hunter Jobbins' car up with 6,500 Kit Kat bars after one he was keeping in his cup holder was stolen from his car.

More Kit Kat bars than he can count make for a happy ending to a college student’s woeful tale of his candy bar getting stolen.

Kansas State University student Hunter Jobbins recently found a note in the cup holder of his car.

It was an apology.

From the person who stole the candy bar Hunter had in his car.

He shared the note on Twitter and the post went viral.


The folks at Hershey immediately saw an opportunity.

First, they sent Hunter a box of Kit Kats.

A nice gesture. He was very appreciative.

He told, USA Today, “So I got a box in the mail with a card saying ‘Saw your Kit Kat got stolen, hopefully this makes up for it.’ It was really nice of them to do that.”

That was just the beginning.

Hershey saw the opportunity for a marketing stunt.

They filled Hunter’s entire car with Kit Kats!

6,500 of them and had him pass them out around campus.

Hunter says he passed out about 5,000 of them, leaving himself a healthy stash to make it through the rest of the school year.
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Hershey fills college student Hunter Jobbins' car up with 6,500 Kit Kat bars after one he was keeping in his cup holder was stolen from his car.

Hershey fills college student Hunter Jobbins’ car with 6,500 Kit Kat bars after hearing his one candy bar had been stolen.

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Hershey Fills College Student’s Car With Kit Kat Bars After His Was Stolen

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