Scragglepop® Kettle Corn was founded in Huntington, WV in the summer of 2008. The Scraggs wanted to make a product that was fresh and sweetly addictive. First they were seen at local festivals, soon the business began to grow and they found themselves becoming in high demand among Huntington natives. In 2010 Scragglepop® became the official kettle Corn of Marshall University. The red tents were soon main stays at all Marshall football and basketball games. Within a couple of months, Big Sandy Superstore Arena and Pullman Square were added to the itinerary as regular events. In 2012, Scragglepop® was featured in the Herald-Dispatch Business section as one of the up and coming prominent business in the region.
Production demands increased beyond just bags sold at festivals and other events. Soon Scragglepop was being made available by delivery and also in speciality tins. Tin productions increased substantially during Christmas time to many hospitals, law offices, and schools.
During this expansion, the company also found the need to expand their ownership and leaders. Soon a partnership was found with the West family to provide management and leadership. From that point, the families embarked on many new endeavors including wholesale, fund-raising and multiple franchising units.
One thing rings true with every bag or tin..