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National Lollipop Day 2018 – July 20

National lollipop day is celebrated on the 20th of July every year to observe the most popular, tasty, and colorful and mouth dripping treat there could be. Lollipops are advanced forms of candies. It’s hardened candies that are stick on top of a stick. Lollipops have always existed at confectionaries shops in various forms but the modern day lollipop was invented by George Smith in 1908. It is said that he name it after his favorite racehorse ‘Lolly Pops’. The history of the automated lollipop machine is still unclear as both, The Racine Confectioner’s Machinery Company and Sam Born of California claim to have invented the first automated lollipop machine. People around the world, from toddlers to adults enjoy this tasty treat that satisfies the sweet tooth. Today lollipops are available at banks, pharmacies, local stores and almost everywhere you go. Lollipops are in different flavors, shapes and sizes. The one to proclaim the day is still unknown but people around the states love to celebrate this day on the 20th of July.

National Lollipop Day

National Lollipop Day is celebrated on July 20th of every year.

How to observe it?

Go to the local store and buy a bag full of lollipops. Pass them on to everyone you pass by and spread love and care through lollipops. You can also try to make your own lollipops at home with friends and family and have a lollipop dinner. Don’t forget to share your fun-loving moments on social media.

Summary
Event
National Lollipop Day
Location
United States of America,
Starting on
July 20, 2018
Ending on
July 20, 2018
Description
It is celebrated each year on the 20th of July. This day was made to observe the most popular, tasty, and colorful and mouth dripping treat there could be. Lollipops are advanced forms of candies.

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