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Caption: The 345,000 s/f complex now houses 220,000 s/f of retail and entertainment space on the first six floors, including the NFL Experience and Hershey's Chocolate World.
The entire Hershey's Chocolate World attraction--which also includes a free chocolate-making tour ride, 3D show and the Hershey Trolley Works--is the official visitors center of The Hershey Company and is the most visited corporate visitors center in the world.
The animated characters that smile down upon the nearly three million visitors to Hershey's Chocolate World now also look upon 420 feet of solar panels directly outside the entrance.
The company general manager, The Hershey Experience, Amy Hahn, said, 'Hershey's Chocolate World's new Create Your Own Candy Bar attraction will allow each guest to play the role of a chocolate innovator.
"We are thrilled to expand our Hershey's Chocolate World presence in New York with a new, larger flagship store in the heart of Times Square, which is truly the crossroads of the world," said Suzanne Jones, Vice President of the Hershey Experience.
There are currently eight Hershey's Chocolate World outlets around the world.
The town is also home to Hershey's Chocolate World.
In addition, he will continue to manage Hershey's special retail outlets, which include Hershey's Chocolate World visitors center, Hershey's store on Times Square in New York and a new outlet slated to open in Chicago this spring.