Hershey

Hershey can refer to a number of things, typically a number of locations and companies in the United States. Hershey may also refer to the last name of a number of individuals, notably Milton S. Hershey, founder of the Hershey Company, a major chocolate manufacturer in the United States.

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South Central Pennsylvania - Distinctiveness
... Milton Hershey began his milk chocolate manufacturing in Lancaster, and later to the town of Hershey ... is still the corporate headquarters of The Hershey Company and possesses many smaller chocolate manufacturers like Wilbur and Wolfgang ... was originally manufactured in the city of York, but purchased by Hershey's ...
Larry Bignell - Career Statistics
... GP G A Pts PIM 1970–71 Amarillo Wranglers CHL 64 ... — — — — — 1971–72 Hershey Bears AHL 4. 1972–73 Hershey Bears AHL 2. 16 ...
Conestoga Traction Company - History
... With its connections with neighboring Hershey Transit, CT shipped fresh uncooled Amish farm milk to the Hershey Company for immediate use in chocolate production ... Hershey Transit permitted trolleys from the neighboring connecting lines, including Conestoga Traction, onto its rails to carry summer crowds to the Hershey Park for the amusement rides and to ...
The Reese's Cup Classic
... It was played at the Hershey Country Club, East Course, in Hershey, Pennsylvania ... It was played as the Hershey Open from 1997 to 2002 ...
Hershey - People
... Alfred Hershey, American Nobel Prize-winning bacteriologist and geneticist Amos Shartle Hershey, (1867–1933), an American professor of political science Barbara Hershey, an American actress Frank ... Hershey, (1857–1945) American founder of The Hershey Company Judge Hershey, a character in Judge Dredd ...