Foreign Candy Company’s Founder To Give Big To Community, Church, Needy

Date posted - September 6, 2013

Foreign Candy New BuildingHull, IA — As if all the festivities and the free community dinner weren’t enough, Foreign Candy Company Founder Peter De Yager had more gifts for the community.  A lot more.

Foreign Candy Company in Hull invited everyone to their “BIG PARTY”, celebrating God’s goodness and bigness, Thursday, September 5th in Hull.  The Foreign Candy Company celebrated their 35th Anniversary, and held an open house of the new corporate office building and warehouse outlet store.

There were lots of fun events for all ages, and a free community celebration dinner.

Nationally-known Christian singer Laura Story was there too.

But De Yager didn’t stop with the celebration.  He announced that he’ll fund the construction of a half-million dollar spec building to attract more businesses to Hull.  He’ll also donate $100,000 to his church.  Plus he says he’ll give $50,000  to needy Hull families, $50,000 to the public golf course, and $50,000 to the EMS and fire departments.

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3 Responses to “Foreign Candy Company’s Founder To Give Big To Community, Church, Needy”

  1. biker says:

    Go and enjoy! Beautiful building. Manicured grounds! Excellent people! God bless!

  2. Beverly Schreur says:

    Went to the… Party !!!! Wonderful celebration… !!! Great evening and great food and wonderful entertainment… Thank You Mr. De Yager for ALL You have and are doing for Hull, IA…All Praise be to God… Thanks again,,,, Blessings to you and the company…

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