Yellow lightning bolts border the colors to add further sizzle. Additionally the Bazooka lettering provides a more contemporary styling. "The new packaging retains the instant familiarity of Bazooka while freshening up the product's appearance and overall appeal" notes Arthur Shorin Topps' chairman. "We wanted to position the product for our 50th Anniversary next year and for onward into the new century" adds public relations director Marty Appel. Fabricon Products (River Rouge MI) flexo prints the wrapper in five or six colors depending on flavor. The wrapper's 25# clay-coated paper is wax coated on both sides creating a 33# structure. Fabricon also prints the Bazooka Joe comic that is still included with each piece. Topps' Duryea PA plant uses Rose Forgrove (St. Charles IL) 42-BG high-speed cut and wrap machines to produce approximately 630 wrapped pieces/min. Topps promoted the new wrapper design with a 7' model that formed a gateway at a New York city F.A.O. Schwarz store second-floor candy kiosk.