“It will never work out—that name, it’s too raunchy.” This is feedback that came from various sourcs at the launch of 3-Some Chocolates. The name gave founders Patrick Ali Glanville and Kristin Parker a lot of attention. Everyone loves chocolate, but what makes this company so different? They blend three chocolates everyone loves—milk, white, and dark—combine it into one bar, and call it a “3 Some.” Glanville, who had been making chocolate with his family since he was a child, created the concept. He grew up in Southside Jamaica, Queens, the son of immigrants. His grandmother brought his mother to the United States from Jamaica in the 1970s. She worked hard to provide for her family. She also taught them skills that would be useful to them throughout life. One of these skills was making chocolate. Glanville wanted to find a way to turn his many skill sets into a business, and 3 Some Chocolates was born. Ever since that moment, Glanville and Parker have been fulfilling people’s fantasies. Their following has grown at an exponential rate. They have shipped their incredible chocolate all over the world.
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