Just how much candy do we eat at Halloween? Well, certainly a lot. Americans eat the weight of six Titanic ships in candy every October 31! Kids eat 13 Big Mac’s worth of calories in one night! See the following infographic for more mind-boggling facts and figures about America’s spookiest holiday.
According to last years’ stats, 30% more people entered promotion campaigns around Halloween. Moreover, the average spend on decor, costumes, candy and services is $75. Here are some tips on how you can make your Halloween marketing remarkable.
A martini glass, a taco, and even a Batdog! TheDogTrainingSecret.com presents 11 fun DIY Halloween costumes perfect to fit any dogs personality, and very easy to create. With any of these costume ideas, your canine is guaranteed to be the life of the party and the talk of the town this Halloween.
Americans and spending more than ever on the Halloween season. This year expect to see more decorations, more candy and more costumes. Over 70% of Americans will celebrate Halloween, more than any year this past decade. How much will they spend? How much candy will be consumed? And what are the major costumes trends for this year?
There is plenty to fear, especially on Halloween. But what should we really be afraid of? Poisoned candy? Nope. Child abduction? Not likely. Diabetes and lead-based paints? Apparently so. What things are you worried about this Halloween? Take a look at the spooky stats we’ve rounded up in this Halloween infographic.
For centuries, people have claimed that the eyes are windows to the soul. Scary contact lenses are the secret to every Hollywood producer’s transformation of actors into the most stunningly-familiar, memorable and poignant creatures. With custom contact lenses you can truly and authentically become your favorite classic monster, Hollywood goolie, undead scene-stealer, or classic beast.
Your Halloween wardrobe is a ‘killer’ way to start a conversation, or let people know you’ve got a sense of humor or an active imagination. It’s also a way to unleash a fair amount of steam, dressing the kid that’s been a stinker all year up as a little devil, or donning a mask with a world leader’s face on it and bossing everyone else around. In the following infographic by Discount Queens get the scoop on the top Halloween costumes.
If you’ve been looking to strike fear into the hearts of men (and ghosts) everywhere, you’ve come to the right place. This infographic from Costume Discounters breaks down the most basic elements of creating a totally terrifying, scream-unducing, white-knuckling costume. Think you’re ready? Then prepare to be horrified!
Halloween is upon us!. Although money is tight, there is no need to stress when your little one starts to ask you what they’re going to be weeks before Halloween. 18% of U.S. consumers said they are going to cut cost and make their own costumes.
Halloween is the top holiday for candy consumption in the United States. It murders Christmas, Easter and Valentine’s Day. This year, Americans will hand out a monstrous $2.3 Billion dollars worth of sweets to a potential 41 million trick or treaters across the country.This infographic from DegreeSearch.org reveals some interesting statistics on Halloween candy.
Is your family one of the 78 million households that will be celebrating Halloween this year? One of the most popular holidays of the year, Halloween is an autumn staple. When else during the year can kids dress up as batman, run around the neighborhood on a sugar high, and scream at their neighbors’ doors?
In the following infographic by Discount Queen, learn more about some of Americas real haunted houses. The undead, ghosts, zombies, blood and gore, even things that go bump in the night. What if they were all around you, and you had nowhere to hide, no escape from their bony hands reaching, misty forms creeping, crawling towards you?
In the following infographic, learn a little bit about the history and origins of this fun trick or treating night and get some great ideas on how to make Halloween more fun this year including great ideas for Halloween costumes.
In this infographic by HalloweenCostumes.com, learn a little bit about the history and origins of this fun trick or treating night and get some great ideas on how to make Halloween more fun this year.