We went to see them make candy canes during winter holiday - surprised that part of the demonstration is a speech on their religious take of the Christian origin and message of the candy cane. One thing I liked was that after they stretched out a Candy Cane, while it was still warm, you could purchase a ticket for less than $2 to take the warm candy cane and bend it into your favorite shape.
Now the not-so-good part: I was surprised at the pandemonium: I was not surprised the place was crowded; that was fine, but the disorganization was disconcerting. For instance, there were two cash registers, one in the back of the store and one in the front. We lined up at one of them where an employee was helping a customer, then the employee disappeared for awhile. Then everyone in that line was told that there was only one line at the other register. Many surfaces on the shelves including items for sale and even kitchen items were covered in a visible layer of dust. It took about 1/2 hour to buy a candy apple. Nice folks, which I find motivation enough to patronize a business, and if someone just would do anything to bend their own candy cane, I'd recommend they visit but do double-check they are really doing the demo at the time of the visit, and prepare for pandemonium.
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