Retailers Nationwide Sell Wild West Company Chocolate Bars In Support Of Rescued Horses

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Leading supplier of wholesale western gifts sells nearly 10,000 chocolate bars to retailers nationwide featuring a rescued horse named Bozeman from Crystal Peaks Youth Ranch in Oregon. Bottom line: Wild West Company working with nationwide retailers to help support rescued horses who help nuture children.

Wild West Company (, a leading supplier of wholesale western gifts to retailers, announced today the milestone of selling nearly 10,000 "Hope" chocolate bars in the past year featuring a rescued Premarin Industry horse named Bozeman.

President of Wild West Company, Eric T. Wagner, says, "We chose to support Bozeman through the Horse Sponsorship program at Crystal Peaks Youth Ranch and soon thereafter our product development team decided to introduce a new line of chocolate bars in which Bozeman is one of the featured horses."

Wagner continues, "Because we share the passion Crystal Peaks has for helping children through rescued horses, one of our goals is to create unique western gift items for our retailers to sell that help spread the word about this great American cause."

Kim Meeder, one of the founders of Crystal Peaks Youth Ranch and author of the best-selling books; Hope Rising and Bridge Called Hope, says, "We really appreciate the support Wild West Company has given us and it is no secret to anyone how much we love their chocolate around here. We only hope to continue sharing the stories of our amazing horses and the impact they have on the lives of so many."

Since releasing the Hope Bar, Wild West Company has released another chocolate bar named Dusk. According to Wagner, this premium dark chocolate bar also features a horse from Crystal Peaks Youth Ranch named Eclipse. "We plan to keep introducing premium gift products featuring these beautiful animals and will have even more items coming this spring under the brand name Divine West ( There is nothing more important for us than helping our retailers be successful, and at the same time helping wonderful charities like Crystal Peaks Youth Ranch."


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