November 6, 2004This is my first post here on Truck World. I wanted to see if any one here would be interested in this event. That I have organized at the Jelly Belly plant in Fairfield.
Last year we had almost 50 members from THE ENTHUSIAST NETWORK here is the album on FTW
Please Join us for the 2nd Annual U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Drive.
Rain or Shine at the Jelly Belly Candy Company from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.
Please mark your calenders for Sunday December 5, 2004 for this great cause.
Bring a toy and put a smile on a childs face at Christmas.
The U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program is now in its 57th year. It is a program dedicated to helping in the development of one of our nations most valuable natural resources - our children. Toys for Tots delivers a message of hope to children who have little reason to have hope for the future. The shiny new toy at Christmas lets these youngsters know that someone cares. Christmas is a time of joy, happiness and goodwill. It is a time of giving and helping those who are less fortunate than ourselves, especially impoverished children. For the past 56 years, one organization-the U.S. Marine Corps- is the unchallenged leader in looking after America's needy children at Christmas.
Rain or Shine
1. Rain or Shine at the Jelly Belly Candy Company from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.
2. Setup in the Corparate parking lot in front Jelly Belly Candy Company.
3. I will collect all the toys at Jelly Belly and drop them off at The U.S. Marine Corps Reserve unit in Concord Ca
4. Santa will be in residence all season long for pictures and those last-minute wishes. There is even a mail drop for the North Pole and free postcards for the kids to send their wish list.
5. Everyone has to bring at least one unwrapped toy.
6. Mountains of sugary delights of all kinds are being cooked up for the holidays at the Jelly Belly Candy Company factory, and free tours operate daily from 9 am to 5 pm throughout the day approximately every 15 minutes. Each tour lasts approximately 35 minutes.
The only thing you will pay for at Jelly Belly is what you buy at the gift shop at the end of the tour.
Jelly Belly Candy Company
The Jelly Belly Visitor Center and factory tours operates daily 9 AM to 5 PM
Free Jelly Belly tour info
Jelly Belly Candy Company
One Jelly Belly Lane
Fairfield, CA 94533
From Sacramento & Vacaville: I-80 West to Abernathy/ Chadbourne Rd. exit in Fairfield. At first stop, turn left onto Chadbourne Rd. and continue past the third stop light. Left one block past ight onto Courage Dr. Left onto North Watney Way and left onto Jelly Belly Lane. Approximate driving time from Sacramento is one hour.
From San Francisco & Vallejo: I-80 East toward Sacramento (from San Francisco, cross Oakland Bay Bridge to reach I-80). At Fairfield, exit I-80 onto Hwy. 12/Rio Vista. Right at first light onto Beck Avenue. Right onto Courage Dr., right onto No. Watney Way and right onto Jelly Belly Lane. Approximate driving time from San Francisco is one hour.
From Napa and Sonoma: Take Hwy. 29 to Hwy. 12 East (Jamieson Canyon Rd.) At junction with I-80 proceed East toward Sacramento. At Fairfield exit I-80 onto Hwy. 12/Rio Vista. Right at first light onto Beck Avenue. Right on courage Dr., right on No. Watney Way and right on Jelly Belly Lane. Approximate driving time from Napa is 20 minutes.
From Contra Costa: Take Hwy. 680 North to Fairfield. At junction with I-80 proceed East toward Sacramento. At Fairfield exit I-80 onto Hwy. 12/Rio Vista. Right at first light onto Beck Avenue. Right on Courage Dr., right on No. Watney Way and right on Jelly Belly Lane. Approximate driving time from Contra Costa is 40 minutes.
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