February 18th, 2008

FUZZIWIG’S CANDY FACTORY SWEETENS THE SCENE IN SUGAR LAND TOWN SQUARE

SUGAR LAND, TEXAS (February 18, 2008) – Planned Community Developers, Ltd. (PCD) today announced that Fuzziwig’s Candy Factory, a self-serve candy store cleverly designed to look like a whimsical factory, will open for business this spring in Sugar Land Town Square.

Located at 2270 Lone Star Drive, Fuzziwig’s Candy Factory occupies 1,526 square feet of retail space.  The store will be decorated with animated, candy-making machines, creating an entertaining, amusement-park atmosphere and will boast more than 400 varieties of conventional, unusual and nostalgic candies, such as pixie sticks, rock candy and jaw breakers, displayed in large bins.  The shop will also offer fresh, made-on-site fudge, chocolate-dipped fruit, caramel apples and sugar-free candies as well as toys, collectibles and gifts baskets.

“I was drawn to Sugar Land Town Square because of its young, active community and large family component,” said Fuzziwig’s Candy Factory Owner Ron Black. “Sugar Land is one of Houston’s most affluent suburbs and I believe we have something fun and exciting to offer here.”

Randy Lerner of Wilson, Cribbs & Goren, P.C. represented Fuzziwig’s Candy Factory in the transaction.