Candy store hoping for last-minute online Easter sales

The Door County Candy Company in Sturgeon Bay, like other retailers, has shuttered its store because of the pandemic just as Easter is approaching.  The confectioner, however, has not written off one of its biggest money-making holidays.  Instead, the candy vendor is taking Easter orders via telephone and the internet.  Terry Ullman, the candy man at Door County Candy Company, says there are signs that online and phone orders will help customers with family celebrations while also making up for some lost in-store sales.




Ullman says the Door County Candy Company is also tailoring one of its popular offerings for those staying “Safer at Home”.




Ullman says the only thing sweeter for his candy store would be for the “Safer at Home” order to be lifted soon.

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