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National Candy Day may be today, but one student at Kansas State University will be celebrating candy for the next several months.
Hunter Jobbins recently found an apology note in his car from someone who stole a Kit Kat bar out of the cupholder of his unlocked car. Jobbins tweeted the note and quickly went viral.
“Kit Kat reached out to me and said they wanted to send me some replacements,” Jobbins told USA TODAY College. “So I got a box in the mail with a card saying ‘Saw your Kit Kat got stolen, hopefully this makes up for it.’ It was really nice of them to do that.”
Little did he know one box of Kit Kats was just the beginning.
On Thursday, Kit Kat filled Jobbins’ car with 6,500 bars, which he handed out around campus.“It was crazy. I honestly didn’t think any students would show up. I passed out around 4,000 to 5,000 Kit Kats, probably,” he said. But, he made sure to leave himself enough to get him “through the rest of the year.”