Over the last few months, I've learned something pretty important about the Hudson Valley. What did I learn you may ask? Well, I've learned that when we all come together for the common good, we make a big impact.

This is why I'm proposing that by the end of this article you are fully on board with reaching out to Reese's and letting your voice be heard.

That's right. We're talking peanut butter cups, people!

According to Delish.com, Reese's senior brand manager Allan Dark said in a statement “This Halloween is unlike any other, so we’ve upped the ante on creativity as a result. A robotic Reese’s dispensing door is just what the world needs right now!”

What in the world is a robotic Reese's dispensing door? Take a look:

It's exactly what it sounds like. It's a hands-free way to go Trick-or-Treating this year. We're living in a COVID-19 world, there has to be some way to get all of our favorite chocolates into the hands of deserving kids this year.

They are keeping the Reese's Trick-or-Treat Robot Door's location under wraps, but are asking for some location suggestions.

All we need to do is FLOOD Reese's Instagram account (which can be found above) and comment  #ReesesDoor and then add "Hudson Valley." If you want to get specific, go for it. Give them a county or maybe a street name.

Don't they know that Bird Lane in Poughkeepsie is one of the hottest trick-or-treating spots in America!?

Come on Reese's don't do the typical  New York visit and go to the city. We have way more fun 90 miles North of NYC.


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