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Our annual-fudge making tradition - which started way back in 1969 - became prime-time news when three different network news crews showed up to record how we make our delicious fudge.
The company founder, John Beard Sr., only had a handful of clients when the company started and no budget for fancy gifts. So he turned to his wife, Ruth, and asked her to make some of her fudge which already was a big hit within the family. The grateful clients loved the fudge and the rest is sweet history.
Today, what was once a simple project for a few customers has become a major undertaking for several hundred eager clients who can’t wait to get their hands on this tasty treat. The candy is still hand-made and created with the same recipe and care as the first batch. This year, the G2 family and their employees will make up to 800 boxes of fudge in custom printed boxes using up 750 pounds of sugar, 360 pounds of semi sweet chocolate, 180 pounds of milk chocolate chips and 180 pounds of butter. The cooking takes up to three days and involves the entire family and several G2 employees.
If you’d like a sample, please check in with us in November when we once again start the process!
John Beard Sr.’s Shelby Cobra with a 427 engine caught the eye of all at the Charity Car Show last November. G2 Graphic Service and the North Hollywood division of the LAPD co-sponsored the event to benefit the San Fernando Valley Rescue Mission. The show attracted several hundred car enthusiasts from across California and raised over $1800.00 in donations. Several classic and contemporary show cars were on display at the Bob’s Big Boy in Burbank.
For more information regarding upcoming G2 events or to learn more about our services, please call (818) 623-3100.
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