PASADENA TOURNAMENT OF ROSES® ANNOUNCES REESE UNIVERSITY TO JOIN ROSE PARADE® 2022 IN UNPRECEDENTED ANNOUNCEMENT

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by Reese The university, the world’s first and foremost institution of higher education in chocolate and peanut butter and the only tuition-free university in the world, recently announced the opening of enrollment for the first time in 100 years of history. You can look by Reese University admission video here.

“With this unprecedented decision, we are delighted to offer an invitation to by Reese university to participate in Rose Parade® events, ”said David Eads, Executive Director / CEO of the Pasadena Tournament of Roses®. “The Fighting Cuppies will take to the streets of Pasadena, beaming with collegial pride and peanut butter for all by Reese and Rose Parade® fans from near and far. “

While the Fighting Cuppies will not be competing for the Rose Bowl® Trophy, the team and its mascot, Cuppy, are preparing to steal the show at the Rose Parade® by preparing a float as iconic as the legendary institution it -same. the by Reese The varsity float will be 55 feet long, with a larger-than-life Cuppy replica that is 23 feet tall. The chariot, appropriately titled Chocolate, Peanut Butter, Success, will be covered with over 25,000 flowers and will definitely bring the orange to Orange Grove Blvd.

by Reese U has the most winning tailoring-based football program and a record that speaks for itself, ”said Head Coach R. by Reese University. “Our Cuppies play for the roaring crowds, the glory of winning and the love of the game, uh, I mean the cup. Our Fighting Cuppies look forward to bringing next level performance and unparalleled originality as we let’s debut in Pasadena. ”

RU will bring greatness and chocolate and peanut butter at the annual celebration. Fans can find a one-of-a-kind keepsake by Reese University x Rose Parade® Peanut Butter Rose on display in the Tournament House lobby during the week leading up to the parade and match. the by Reese University Rose is a special edition by Reese Peanut Butter Cup which has been personalized to recognize RU’s very first appearance at the Rose Parade®.

Want to become a Fighting Cuppy yourself? Visit www.ReesesUniversity.com to register and join RU in its mission to become the nation’s largest online university community.

* Reese’s lawyers want you to know that Reese’s University is not a real university.
** Due to their inability to have a good time, it is evident that our lawyers did not attend Reese University.

About the Pasadena Tournament of Roses® and the rose parade® presented by Honda

The Tournament of Roses is a voluntary organization that organizes the celebration of the American New Year® with the Rose Parade® presented by Honda, the Rose Bowl Game® and a variety of accompanying events. The Association’s 935 volunteer members provide more than 80,000 hours of human energy, which will contribute to the success of the 133rd Rose Parade, on the theme “Dream.” Believe. Achieve. ” on Saturday January 1, 2022, followed by the 108th Rose Bowl Game. For more information, visit www.tournamentofroses.com. Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.

On by Reese University

by Reese The university is a research-focused chocolate and peanut butter university based in Round Ridge, Pennsylvania. It offers a cutting-edge curriculum in the confectionery arts and sciences and robust after-school programs that meet the needs of each student. With 99.99% acceptance rate and perfect graduation rate, by Reese It consistently ranks as the most delicious university a student can attend.

Founded in 1923, by Reese U is home to accomplished faculty and staff, all dedicated to creating an environment that supports the impeccable taste and ambitious appetites of students. They believe there is no limit to what a student can accomplish at by Reese U. The credo of the collegiate institution, “Peanutum en Chocolux”, says it best: chocolate and peanut butter, a perfect combination.

To find out more or to register, visitwww.ReesesUniversity.com.

SOURCE Reese’s University; Tournament of Roses



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