The perfect graduation gift for candy lovers! A clear plastic bucket is filled with 10 different candies that are featured on a cute congratulatory poem on the front of the bucket. Makes a fun and unique graduation gift for high school, college, and beyond!Great Gift Idea!
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Very nice presentation. I was expecting to see more of the graduation confetti but all in all this was very nice.
My graduate loved this gift! Her and her friends enjoyed the poem as well as the candy! Great job All City Candy! Great Value too!
My niece was elated when she received the bucket and read the poem. It was presented to her while out at a restaurant and the customers surrounding our table expressed the same enthusiasm for they were also graduates. Thank you for your business and I am glad that I found your company on Pinterest web sight. I will definitely use you again.
THE GRADUATE WAS VERY PLEASED WITH HER GIFT.
For the most part it is a container with a poem and the items as described but may as well be a bag of candy. Presentation is absent the bucket is half full and the logo is too obvious on the poem.