Hoffman’s Chocolates saw record attendance at annual holiday light display

A record-breaking 64,000 people visited the annual holiday light display at Hoffman’s Chocolates last month, the company announced Tuesday.

Hoffman's annual display. (photo provided)
Hoffman’s annual display. (photo provided)

The 26th Annual Winter Wonderland ran through Dec. 30 at Hoffman’s Chocolates Factory, Shoppe, Ice Cream Parlour and Gardens at 5190 Lake Worth Road, Greenacres.

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The company said the display featured more than 100,000 LED lights.

Credit: Hoffman's Chocolates
Credit: Hoffman’s Chocolates

“We are thrilled that more people than ever celebrated the holidays with us at Hoffman’s Chocolates,” stated Randall Vitale, Regional Vice President of Hoffman’s Chocolates.  “We are pleased to present Winter Wonderland as a way to give back to the community and we look forward to this event every year.”

Hoffman’s said it will also be donating $1,250 to ARC Broward for being the non-profit organization that received the most number of votes in the gourmet chocolatier’s Inaugural Circle of Celebration Holiday Wreath Display and Contest.  Hoffman’s Chocolates invited 10 Palm Beach and Broward County non-profit organizations to decorate custom wreaths that were on display at the Winter Wonderland.  Throughout the holiday season, guests voted for their favorite wreath.

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Hoffman’s Chocolates will also be donating $250 to each of the other nine non-profit organizations that participated which included Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County, Quantum House, The Center for Creative Education, Palm Beach Zoo, Florence Fuller Development Center, United Way of Broward County, SOS Children’s Village, Women in Distress of Broward County and Deliver the Dream.