Smiffy’s get Reem this Halloween

Armed with spider webs, cauldrons and haunting attire Smiffy’s is heading down to Essex to transform the Sugar Hut. As part of their Halloween campaign the fancy dress experts are officially sponsoring four nights at the well-known exclusive establishment in the run up to the spooky season.

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We’re thrilled to be teaming up with The Sugar Hut as it provides a great opportunity to bring our unique Halloween style to one of the hottest party spots in the UK. We look forward to four nights of fun!

Gainsborough, Lincolnshire (PRWEB UK) 2 October 2012

This venue owned by TOWIE’s Mick Norcross has seen some of television’s most memorable parties and with Smiffy’s on board to inject a superb blend of horror fashion things are certainly due to heat up this Halloween.

On the 26th October, donned in delectable apparel from Smiffy’s Fever collection, the Sugar Hut Honeys are set to host ‘Champagne Friday.’ Smiffy’s are really excited to be once again flying the flag for British dress up at such a prestigious event.

The popular TOWIE venue, Sugar Hut, is just one of many events that Smiffy’s will be sponsoring in the run up to Halloween. The on trend Essex establishment gives the guys at Smiffy’s the opportunity to show the UK how to party.

Madeleine George, Smiffy’s Communications Manager commented, “We’re thrilled to be teaming up with The Sugar Hut as it provides a great opportunity to bring our unique Halloween style to one of the hottest party spots in the UK. We look forward to four nights of fun!”

Smiffy’s are worldwide suppliers of fancy dress costumes, wigs and accessories. With a product range of over 5000 items included over 90 licensed properties they supply party people all over the world, offering fresh and inspiring costumes designed exclusively by Smiffy’s. Come on…Join the Party at http://www.smiffys.com


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