Street Toyota Employees Participate in Halloween Costume Contest

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Employees dress up on Halloween for a chance to win money.

“Dressing up really changed the work-environment on Monday,” Randi Hudson, Director of Social Media said. “People were acting goofy and having some fun.”

Street Toyota employees participated in a Halloween costume contest Monday, Oct. 31 to bring some cheer to the work environment.

“Dressing up really changed the work-environment on Monday,” Randi Hudson, Director of Social Media said. “People were acting goofy and having some fun.”

This year employees dressed up as news anchors, nerds, cowgirls, bikers, dolls, jesters, Billy Ray Cyrus and even Teletubbies. One entire department dressed up as gangrene by wearing matching green shirts.

“I really enjoyed dressing up and I had a lot of fun interacting with other employees,” Samantha Conner, Director of Operations said.

Employees at Street Toyota were able to vote on their favorite costume. The top three employees with the most votes received prizes for a $100, $50 and $25 via gift card.

Winning third place was Josh Ledbetter for his Billy Ray Cyrus impersonation costume. Runner up was awarded to Jeremy Carter for wearing a purple Teletubby outfit. The employee with the most votes was Will McCrae who wore a traditional festive agbada outfit.

“I was really happy that I won and glad my fellow co-workers voted for me,” Will McCrae, from Street Toyota’s Service Department said. “The money I won will be a great asset to my weekend trip.”

After the success of the Halloween costume contest employees hope this becomes a tradition at Street Toyota.

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