This July 4th, you can expect more than fireworks to be in the sky.
Josh Early Candies plans to fly thousands of pounds of its famous fudge to our loyal service men and women fulfilling their durty at home and abroad.
The candy company is currently asking America to submit photos of their loved ones, family and friends that are currently serving our country, along with their name, branch, and years of service to its Facebook page.
Josh Early Candies will then randomly select up to one thousand service members to receive a delicious care package the week of July 4th.
Packages are said to include two trays of its chocolate fudge, one for a friend, and a note of thanks.
"This Fourth of July Josh Early Candies will be giving away chocolate fudge, while servicemen and women continue to give of themselves every day." Said Barry Dobil, Sr., of Josh Early Candies. "We are excited about this opportunity to join together as Americans and celebrate those who continue to uphold our freedom. It's our small way of saying 'Thank You.'"