October 31st, 2011
Here at Pinnacle, Halloween 2011 is off to a spook-tacular start! Hourly trivia questions, a game to guess how many pieces of candy were in a jar, and the consumption of enough Halloween sweets to make any dentist cringe all led up to our annual company costume contest this afternoon.
To say that our employees were creative with their costume choices this year would be an understatement- “Charlie’s Angels,” “Pinnacle Promotions Man,” “Spongebob Squarepants,” Steve Jobs, Erin Andrews, and a real-life pop art cartoon character were just a few of the characters in our midst and everyone had a tough time deciding which costumes they liked best. In the end, pop art cartoon woman, Allie, took first place for the second year in a row (visit our Facebook page to see her bacon outfit from 2010!) and Erin Andrews (aka Ashley W.) was our runner-up.
Want to see more photos from Pinnacle’s Halloween festivities? Pictures will be posted to Facebook shortly, so stay tuned.
Did your company celebrate Halloween this year? We’d love to see photos! Please feel free to share with us on our Facebook wall.
We hope that you and your loved ones have a safe and Happy Halloween!
October 29th, 2010
So this Sunday children (and adults) will don meat dresses and hair poofs among other accoutrements and go parading around cities and neighborhoods throughout the country in honor of All Hallow’s Eve. And while this year’s most overdone costumes are indeed likely to be homemade versions of Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi and Lady Gaga, for those of you still pondering what guises to wear I have compiled a list of promotional products you may find lying around the house that can make for the perfect Halloween costume.
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October 28th, 2010
Can you guess which Pinnacle employee rocked this cute devil costume circa Halloween, 1989?
Looking back on past Halloween experiences is always entertaining, so this special Halloween edition of Pinnacle’s blog incorporates several hilarious anecdotes from our very own Marketing Department.
From Sarah’s clever use of promotional balloons to my reconstructed promotional gift boxes, there are many ways to recycle and revamp items you already own to create one-of-a-kind costumes. Whether you opt for handmade or store-bought outfits this Halloween, Pinnacle hopes that you and your family have a safe holiday filled with fun, friends, family, and, of course, lots of sweet treats! Keep reading…