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Jasper, Indiana: Giant Popcorn Box

A 17-foot-tall popcorn box lures hungry travelers to a store that makes 90 flavors of popcorn.

Jasper Gift Basket and Popcorn Company

1522 Newton St., Jasper, IN
Jasper Gift Basket and Popcorn Company. North edge of downtown, on the east side of US Hwy 231/Newton St., just south of its intersection with 16th St.
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Giant Popcorn Box

A 17-foot-tall popcorn box sits outside of Jasper Gift Basket and Popcorn Company. Very colorful, with a concrete base filled with flowers where visitors can sit and have their pictures taken. The store makes 90 flavors of popcorn!

[Donna Lamkin, 01/25/2015]

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