Tully, who owns the shop in Bradley Fair and the new one in the Prairiefire development in Overland Park, didn’t think it would be wise to spend thousands on the hopes that a few famous people might get to know and like her chocolates.
“I mean, it’s crazy,” she says of what it costs.
“It was really serendipitous,” Tully says of an Internet search leading to her website.
She’s now donated gifts of chocolates and gift cards for 150 bags that will be given in conjunction with the awards. Other companies that have included gifts in the bags include Fitbit, TiVo and Foxwoods.
“This is the first time that we’ve done anything at that level,” Tully says of the number of bags.