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Hershey’s Didn’t Advertise For The First 70 Years Of Its Existence

It was so universal it didn’t need to.

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When you think of chocolate, the first company you think about is Hershey’s. But Hershey’s didn’t always advertise — in fact, in the first 70 years of its existence, it didn’t need to.

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