Lowe's Is Giving Families Free Halloween Candy and Pumpkins During the Pandemic
From good housekeeping
Trick or treat this year will look so much different than ever before. And since the novel coronavirus pandemic poses some risk to families who have chosen Halloween, many may choose to opt out entirely. For this reason, the team at Lowe's is hosting a unique trick-or-treating event this year that aims to reduce the risk of COVID-19 as much as possible while also allowing families (especially those at high risk of complications) to celebrate in a new way. The best part? It's completely free.
The hardware store announced this week that it is holding "drive-through trick-or-treating on the roadside," available to the public in every single Lowe store across the country. It won't be on Halloween exactly, but families can sign up to take the experience on October 22nd and 29th from 6pm to 7pm.
Starting this weekend, families will be able to sign up to make a reservation and join Lowe's later this month for the new Halloween experience. Costumes aren't required, but we suspect the kids will be encouraged to show off their looks (and Halloween masks!) - while they prepare to enjoy free candy. In addition, each participant receives a free take-away pumpkin and can carve it with their families in the days leading up to Halloween.
"Our employees take great pride in serving our communities," said Joe McFarland, Executive Vice President of Stores at Lowe, in a press release. "As we all find new ways to safely celebrate the holidays, we look forward to welcoming families to our roadside trick-or-treating events this year."
Sign up for your free trick-or-treating experience right here and do it quickly - we'd hate it if you missed out on the Halloween fun! Follow us as we share more socially distant, low-risk Halloween celebration ideas this fall.
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