Guylian Contest for Canada 2020.
“The Big Guylian Easter Egg Hunt” Giveaway.
Enter for your chance to WIN FREE Guylian Chocolates!
Five prizes will be awarded, being:
- 1x Guylian’s Temptations Easter Bunny 182g
- 1x Mini Filled Easter Eggs 185g
- 1x Guylian Flamed Egg 200g
- 1x Sea Shells 250g (Easter sleeve)
- 1x Golden Egg
- 1x 70g Egg + 65g Sea Shells
To enter this contest, simply go to the Official, Guylian Facebook or Instagram page via the link below, locate the current contest post, Like and Comment and follow the instructions provided in the contest post.
You will need to count every unbranded golden egg you can see on the Guylian website of your language. Even if you can only see a part of the golden egg, this counts.
- Single entry per social media post
- they will have 6 different posts during the contest, you can enter once on each post
- Open to Worldwide
- Quebec friendly
- Age 18+
- Valid Facebook or Instagram account
Enter to Win this contest Here (Facebook)
Enter to Win this contest Here (Instagram)
This contest ends on March 31, 2020 at 14:00 GMT
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Guylian Chocolate Canada
This brand as a French pronunciation. Did you know that a man by the name of Guy Foubert founded this company back in 1960?
It as now become one of the leaders in boxed gourmet chocolates.
Interestingly enough, the company got its name from both Guy and his wife Liliane. That is such a wonderful thing to pass down for future generations.
Guylian is located in Belgium. You know that a company knows their chocolates when they are actually located in Belgium. Where do you think Belgium chocolates originated?
Did you know that this company found it’s a way to the Guinness World Record Book? They built the worlds largest Easter Egg sculpture ever made. It was erected in the market square in Sint-Niklaas (Belgium). It took workers eight days to create this wonder.
Guylian Chocolate Seashells
Guylian Belgium Chocolate Seashells is surely one of the most selling items from this brand. People seem to crave these rich, melt-in-your-mouth morsels. Every year at Christmas, we have to purchase a box of these specifically for my husband’s grandmother who is now well into her 80’s. Now that is staying power in my opinion.