Coolest Thing Made In Pennsylvania Contest Enters 3rd Round

The "Coolest Thing Made in Pennsylvania" contest, hosted by the Pennsylvania Chamber, is now in its third round. The contest, which started with 32 competitors, has been narrowed down to 16 products, all vying for the title of the coolest thing made in the state.

Among the remaining contenders are some well-known products from Central Pennsylvania. These include Reese's Peanut Butter Cups, Harley-Davidson motorcycles, Utz potato chips, and Auntie Anne's pretzels.

The contest is a celebration of Pennsylvania's rich manufacturing history and its continued leadership in the industry. It's a fun way to showcase the variety of products made in the state, from food to technology.

The public can cast their votes for their favorite Pennsylvania-made products on the Pennsylvania Chamber's website. The contest is set up in a bracket-style competition, similar to the widely watched basketball tournaments in March.

The third round of voting is currently underway and will continue until April 3. After this round, the competition will be whittled down to the final eight products. The championship round will take place from April 10 to April 11.

The contest has already garnered significant public interest, with more than 20,000 Pennsylvanians casting their votes in the previous rounds. It's a great way for residents to show their state pride and support local businesses.

So, if you're a fan of Reese's, Harley Davidson, Utz, or Auntie Anne's, now's the time to show your support and cast your vote for the coolest thing made in Pennsylvania!


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