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Philadelphia Themed Welcome Bags

Hi,
For the welcome bags, there's obviously Tastykakes and soft pretzels. Any other uniquely Philadelphia items that are fairly inexpensive that I could include?
Thanks!

Re: Philadelphia Themed Welcome Bags

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    edited December 2011
    Peanut Chews, something from Hershey, Herr's Chips, Philly postcards, any little Phillies/EAgles/Flyers./Sixers things...

    I had some luck at 5 Below with cute Phillies cookies for a dollar each. 
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    Jesster153Jesster153 member
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    edited December 2011
    Philadelphia Magazine?

    (oooh c&d...I didnt think of Hershey...good call, I have to add that to mine haha)
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    angel33284angel33284 member
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    edited December 2011
    Frank's Soda, black cherry wishniak or vanilla cream flavored. Mmmmmm.
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    edited December 2011
    I've learned recently that Zitners are local. :-)  You can probably get a ton of eggs for very little on Monday.
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    edited December 2011
    I forget which company, but one of the popular bottled waters is also Philly... We got it at Sams.  I'm thinking it may have been poland spring or one of those?   
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    edited December 2011
    I forgot about Zitner's and I just picked up some Butter Krak eggs on my way back to VA yesterday! LOL.... you should definately pick those up!
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    luvdelilahluvdelilah member
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    edited December 2011
    We went to WI wedding that included beer from the big brewing companies out there - what about a Yuengling, etc?  I thought it was gross to have warm beer, but FI thought it was fun. 

    Sam's club has large packs of Tasty-Kakes and Herr's chips.  Someone mentioned Utz pretzels too?  I second 5 Below also.
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    edited December 2011
    Don't forget Peeps!  They are made in Bethlehem and they have them out for pretty much every holiday now.
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