Worcester, MA (PRWEB) October 6, 2006
It’s that spooky time of year when pumpkins line walkways and ghosts haunt front porches. Ghouls and goblins are everywhere on Halloween night and Fright Catalog’s number one priority is to make trick-or-treating a safe and positive experience for families. FrightCatalog.com launched Project Safe Halloween to give parents a tool to plan safe trick-or-treating routes in their neighborhoods. With a few clicks of the mouse, parents can select a state and map out a safe trick-or-treating route in any city or town in America.
“We’re in the business of making Halloween spooky and fun. Our mission is to keep kids safe and make Halloween a positive experience for everyone. To use our free online tool, go to http://www.frightcatalog.com/SafeHalloween,” says Kristina Malo, Fright Catalog Marketing Director.
Fright Catalog is asking customers to get involved in Project Safe Halloween. Fright Catalog will donate 5 percent of total gross sales up to $2,500 to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. It’s about prevention and helping those in need.
FrightCatalog.com is one of the fastest growing online and catalog retailers in the scary and sometimes weird world of Halloween merchandise. Customers have Halloween delivered from a name they can trust. On the cutting edge of all things creepy, the company offers thousands of products, spanning more than 150 blood-curdling categories, including props, costumes, masks, movie-themed items, accessories, make-up, prosthetics, animatronics and special effects.