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What does 'CHOC' mean (bumpersticker)?

post #1 of 7
Thread Starter 
Here in the Cleveland, Ohio area, i've been seeing a lot of bumperstickers with the capital letters 'CHOC'. Can anyone please tell me what that means?
post #2 of 7
I would imagine it is a radio station.
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post #4 of 7
Quote:
Fill in the form to receive a Malley's Chocolates oval sticker to place on the rear of your automobile.
If your automobile is noticed with a Malley's Chocolates oval sticker on it, you can win a FREE $25.00 Gift Certificate. You can win every time your automobile is seen by a Malley's representative. Is it possible to have a lifetime supply of free, delicious chocolates? Try it out!
http://www.malleys.com/ChocolateClub.aspx
post #5 of 7
That's great marketing if it motivates people to actively seek out the source of the ad.

--Illah
post #6 of 7
Maybe someone is trying to spell choch?

Personally I prefer the spelling and definitions of chach.
post #7 of 7
Thread Starter 
'vcoheda', it IS that exact sticker! Thank you!

I did a Google search for 'CHOC' before I posted here, and came up with 'Canadian House Of Commons', which of course, is highly unlikely for a bumpersticker in Cleveland, USA. You are very resourceful, considering you're in White Plains, NY! I thought all along that the 'CHOC' was obvious in meaning something 'chocolate', but thought who in their right minds would put such a large sticker on their vehicles to advertise something to do with chocolate?! Apparently, there are plenty of people here in NE Ohio who would, and that think $25 worth of free chocolate is worth compromising the looks of their car for.

BTW, I used to live in North Jersey, and used to go to 'Rye Playland' a lot, and had relatives in WP. Small world.
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