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Wendy Williams, her husband Kevin Hunter, along with Jerry O’Connell, Dr. Oz, Real Housewives’ Dorinda Medley, actor Ari Barkan, former NFL player Erik Coleman, candy influencer Robyn Blair, and personality Micah Jesse, attended the Butterfinger Candy Pop dessert extravaganza in celebration of #GivingTuesday, the National Day of Giving, on November 27th at Dylan’s Candy Bar in NYC.

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Snackpop.com Brand founder and CEO Frank Florio and Keen Brands CMO Adam Cohen, who cultivated the partnership with The Wendy Show and Candy Pop, also were in attendance to celebrate.

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SNACKPOP.com’s BUTTERFINGER Candy Pop  is an unforgettable new take on a snacking classic as light, crunchy popcorn meets the classic candy bar taste of Nestle Butterfinger.  Wendy Williams Hunter and her husband Kevin Hunter hosted an afternoon of delicious dessert and snack concoctions featuring the delicious Butterfinger flavored Candy Pop, including a 7 foot x 4 foot life size bag of the delicious popcorn, that made its debut on her talk show earlier in the day.

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Additionally, a billboard featuring Wendy and promoting the partnership debuted in Times Square on #GivingTuesday surrounding partnership with the foundation.

For #GivingTuesday, SnackPop.com will be donating 100% of all profits from ecomm sales to The Hunter Foundation from Nov 27th to Jan 7th to help them in their efforts to combat drug addiction and substance abuse. Proceeds from the event’s fundraising efforts will also benefit the foundation.

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The Hunter Foundation is a leading non-profit that provides grants for drug education, prevention and rehabilitation programs. Founded by Wendy Williams Hunter, her husband Kevin Hunter and their son Kevin Jr., we are dedicated to changing the negative story about youths and addiction. With generous assistance from public and private donations, the organizations that we support serve young people (and their families) as they transition from addiction to recovery.

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Photo Credit: Michael Simon, Startraksphoto.com