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Halloween Safety

Thursday, October 30, 2014


Happy Halloween blog readers! As you may know, Halloween is one on the congested days of the year. Here are some tips to keep your family and others safe!

Stay off your phone! Admit it; you probably have answered the phone while driving. It is very important not to be texting and driving Halloween night. There will be a ton of people running around in dark clothing that will be hard to see, and you don’t need any extra distractions. So stay off your phone and pay extra attention!


As trick-or-treaters, it’s important to look before crossing the road! Use some sort of Lighting while trick or treating this Halloween so other people and drivers can see you. Reflective tape, flash lights, and glow sticks are a great way to light up. Glow sticks can be a great accessory for your costume. Plus, the dollar store sells them! You know you can spare a dollar for safety.


Walk in large groups to stay safe. Halloween is a spooky night! Don’t let the ghouls and goblins get you. Did you know malls pass out candy to trick-or-treaters? Outlet malls are a great place to trick-or-treat. It’s very safe and you get to see a lot of cool costumes!


Please trick-or-treat responsibly!

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