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Mars Wrigley presents The Annual Meeting of The Heritage Chocolate Society in Washington, D.C..
The Heritage Chocolate Society Meeting is designed to help our partners glean valuable knowledge and insights from a variety of experts to inspire and equip your organizations. Sometimes, the conversation is adjacent to the lanes you inhabit, providing an outside perspective that can positively impact your organizational planning. Other times, the discussion is focused squarely on your needs, providing tools that can help you refine the work to be done.
HCS 2024 will be a year of supercharged equipping in a time of supercharged change.
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Reserve your room at our special rate before February 6, 2024.
Check out our roster of experts.
Regional Insights Director, North America, Mars Wrigley
Executive Director, Made By Us
Director Experience Design, National Museum of American History
Co-Founder and Managing Member, IMPACTS Experience
Royce R. and Kathryn M. Baker Vice President for Education Strategy and Civic Engagement, The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
Executive Director, Westport Museum for History & Culture
Poet, Language Artist, and AI Researcher
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For two decades, Mars Wrigley has hosted an annual gathering of North American historical sites for you to explore innovative ways to engage, educate, and entertain visitors and reach new guests with the stories of history. The Heritage Chocolate Society, originally known as the Colonial Chocolate Society, was formed by Forrest E. Mars in 2003 to unite history professionals passionate about chocolate’s role in colonial and post-revolutionary North America.