Have you ever found yourself faced with sudden sweet cravings and reached out for a Snickers? You know, those hunger pangs that only a hearty mix of nougat, caramel, peanuts and milk chocolate can fix. If so, you'll be thrilled to know about National Snickers Day! Your favourite guilt-free pass to overindulge in your beloved chocolate bar.
It's national snickers day on the 6th September.
National Snickers Day is a day dedicated to celebrating, you've guessed it, Snickers bars! Considering it's one of the world's most loved chocolate bars, it's only fair to have a day dedicated to its glory. Not much is officially recorded about the inception of this day, but boy, the internet has a lot to say about it. Our website detected a total of 9 mentions of National Snickers Day, with the most mentions piling up on 06 Sep 2015. It's as if the world collectively decided, 'It's time for a Snickers party!'
Snickers bars have been satisfying sweet tooths worldwide since 1930, thanks to Mr. Frank Mars. Did you know that Snickers was named after a beloved horse owned by the Mars family? Maybe they shared a sweet bond or perhaps the horse had a knack for snacking?
On National Snickers Day, why not make your day extra sweet by incorporating Snickers in your meals? Snickers pancakes for breakfast, Snickers salad for lunch (it really is a thing), and how about a mesmerising Snickers cheesecake for dessert at dinner? Dream big, folks!
Don't let the celebration stop at your palate! Share the goodness with your loved ones. Snickers bars make for a convenient yet heartfelt gift, being both delicious and nostalgia-evoking. So, why not pass around some wrapped happiness this National Snickers Day?
In 1930, the Mars family introduced a new candy bar that quickly gained popularity. Originally named 'Marathon', the bar consisted of nougat topped with caramel and peanuts, all covered in milk chocolate. However, in 1990, the name was changed to 'Snickers' after one of the Mars family's horses, which was named after a favorite horse of the family's favorite cartoonist.
Snickers became well-known for its slogan 'Snickers satisfies' in 1978. The catchy phrase highlighted how the candy bar, with its combination of ingredients, could help curb hunger and provide a satisfying energy boost. This marketing campaign propelled Snickers into becoming one of the most popular candy bars in the world.
One of the most memorable moments in Snickers' history came in 1984 when they aired a commercial during the Super Bowl. The ad featured a young boy named Tommy playing football, who then transforms into the legendary NFL player Joe Pesci after eating a Snickers. This innovative and humorous advertisement further solidified Snickers' status as a staple candy bar in popular culture.
Snickers' popularity extended beyond the United States, and in 2001, it became the best-selling candy bar in the world. Its combination of flavors and textures, along with effective marketing campaigns, made Snickers a global phenomenon enjoyed by people of all ages.
In 2010, Snickers partnered with the hunger relief organization, Feeding America. The collaboration aimed to raise awareness and combat hunger across the United States. Snickers donated a portion of its sales to Feeding America, helping to provide meals for millions of people in need.
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