SALEM, Va. – Ghouls and goblins! 10 News is getting excited for the annual Trick or Treat event at Layman Family Farms.
This year, 10 News will be giving out about 120,000 pieces of candy thanks to Layman Distributing’s donation.
It’ll hit the spot for chocolate lovers. We’ll be offering everything from Reese’s to Hershey bars and M&Ms.
Layman Distributing has been in the region for decades and just expanded to another location in Salem. This is the second year they’ve donated.
“We saw an amazing response last year, and it was nice to get out and meet people,” Scott Thomasson, Vice President of Sales and Warehouse Operations at Layman Distributing said. “This is our 75th year of being in business, so we want to make sure that people know who we are in this community and that we’re a part of it and that we want to give back to it.”
The event is free, but you can pay $15 for additional activities at the fall festival, like the corn maze, farm animals, and more. It’s for a good cause, half of that donation is going to charity. Read more here.