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PHOTOS: Main Street Confectionery Now Sponsored by Mars, Twix and M&M’s Signage Added to Windows

As the Main Street Confectionery refurbishment moves closer to completion, the windows have been updated to reflect their new corporate sponsor, Mars.

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The new Mars logos can be seen at the tops of the windows.

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Mars candy brands are promoted along the bottom of the windows.

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Even at the bay window, the Main Street Confectionery is now promoted as “The Home of Mars Candy Treats.”

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  1. This is good, because I go to the Magic Kingdom, and stop in the Confectionary to buy candy that I can get at any grocery store, convenience store, or gas station throughout the entire country.

  2. Well I guess this is no different the Starbucks in the parks, or Coke or any of the numerous food sponsors there have been over the decades.
    I just hope the mass-made lower quality Mars “treats” don’t take over the great “home-made” candies that the MK has always had (and I say that for Disneyland too, just in case Mar’s is coming there as a sponsor).

  3. Seems to follow bob paychecks current plan lower the experience raise the price. I’m sure people will like up in droves to pay 10 times the price for the same candy they can get for a dollar outside the park. Disney is no longer Disney it’s just and overpriced theme park good job bob paycheck.

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