You know the holiday season has arrived when you hear the commercials jingling “The Hess Truck’s back and it’s better than ever!” And this year is no different, with our first ever Dump Truck and Loader! A two-in-one construction duo, the toy is loaded with 350 parts, motorized movements and realistic sounds! This year’s is a truly special toy that can be added to the collection of trucks delivered under millions of Christmas trees for over five decades. Don’t miss out on the tradition. Make sure to order yours fast because they’re sure to be sold out soon!
One of the most celebrated holidays in the country is coming up – St. Patrick’s Day – in which streets turn into a sea of green as revelers cheer the luck of the Irish. But the color green has long been associated with another celebration – the day every Christmas holiday season when kids and adults unwrap their favorite Hess toy and cheer with delight. But there’s more to the beloved green toy than meets the eye. Continue reading
We want to start by wishing all of our fans a very Happy 2016! As we turn the page on a new year, every January we reflect on the most recent holiday season, which, of course, is our favorite time of year because…well, we get to spend it with YOU! All year long, we work towards creating a unique toy truck that both our long time dedicated fans and the newest tikes joining our fandom can enjoy during the holiday season.
After 20 years of buying Hess Toy Trucks at gas stations for their kids, Richard and Mary Simon weren’t about to end their tradition just because the Hess gas station near their East Brunswick, NJ, home closed recently. So when their daughter told them about a new way to shop in-person for their beloved toy, by going to one of 10 kiosks at malls in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania, they knew they’d found an easy way to keep up their decades-long tradition. The Simons went to the kiosk at Woodbridge Center mall on Friday where they bought two trucks, one for their 40-year-old daughter and one for their 38-year-old son, which they will give to them on Thanksgiving as they have done for the past couple of decades.