Thirteen Associations That Make Halloween Happen
Halloween might not be the reliable holiday it is without associations
Without associations, Halloween might not be the reliable holiday it is: You know you’ll always be able to find pumpkins, Halloween makeup, and oodles of candy corn. To that end, here are 13 associations that allow you to unmask your inner ghoul, mermaid, skeleton or zombie.
1. Halloween & Costume Association: Pumpkin-shaped trick-or-treat containers, oversized novelty spiderwebs, bat garlands, kids costumes—this group weighs in on all things Halloween. This year, its Halloween2020.org site is offering ways to safely celebrate Halloween amid COVID-19 depending on the risk in your area.
2. Haunted Attraction Association: Representing people involved in the world of haunted attractions, HAA helps make sure that houses, hayrides, amusement park rides, mazes, and other outlets that purport to be “haunted” have access to the tools they need to create fun—and safe—experiences.
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