Roseville, CA (PRWEB) September 30, 2013
Lions and Tigers, and check out those prices, oh my! It’s Halloween time, and with seven out of ten people expected to dress up for Halloween this year, the good old pocketbook may take a hit in order to be the best dressed witch at the monster ball.
However, at Thrift Town, it doesn’t cost a fortune to pull together the perfect Halloween look. There’s no better time than Halloween to tap into your inner creative beast, crafting a unique and frightfully sensational costume on a budget. Thrift Town believes in this so much, they’re rewarding creative and thrifty costume and décor efforts in their annual HallowGreen contest!
This year Thrift Town is awarding a total of $450.00 in gift cards to people who wear secondhand costumes, create costumes from secondhand items, or decorate with secondhand items. The contest boasts eight categories that include costumes, décor and pets! Top prize for the Most Creative Costume is a $100 Thrift Town Gift Card, and of course, bragging rights. Contest details and entry forms are available at: http://www.thrifttown.com/sales-promotions/halloween/. This year we’re asking our online communities to help choose the winners. LIKE or Re-PIN your favorite entries on Thrift Town’s Halloween Contest Pinterest Board to help determine category winners. Contest ends November 15th, 2013. Secondhand costumes, and/or items need not be purchased from Thrift Town to enter or win.
Need some spooky inspiration? Check out Thrift Town’s Halloween inspired Pinterest boards at /pinthrifttown.com for ideas, or better yet, visit Thrift Town in person at one of our 14 store locations where 4,000 unique products are put out every day! Let our talented crew help create a costume that will have everyone under a spell for a fraction of the price it would cost if purchased new.
“Thrift Town is brimming with fun, unique items to help people create clever and affordable one-of-a-kind costumes. Since all of our recycled items have been purchased directly from local nonprofit partners, shopping for Halloween costumes at Thrift Town keeps usable items out of area landfills, making a difference to people living within Thrift Town communities. ” ~ Wendy Steinmetz, VP of Marketing, Thrift Town Stores.
Consider donating used costumes and decorations to a local charity when Halloween is over. Many charities run, or outsource their household recycling programs which provide curbside pickup for unwanted goods. For more information on how to donate gently used products visit ReUseIt.org. ReUseIt is a reputable company that has many convenient local drop off facilities, in addition to providing curbside pick-up services on behalf of local non-profit organizations. Thrift Town lives its vision statement of being committed to making a difference every day, raising over $250-million dollars for their charity partners. Thrift Town’s award winning clean, bright, and organized stores set them apart in the thrift world, making them the premier thrift destination. Thrift Town is owned and operated by Norquist Salvage Corporation, which has spend over four decades dedicated to socially responsible recycling.