National Trick or Treat Day Petition Surpasses 150k Signatures
With National Trick or Treat Day just days away, Americans are stocking up on candy, costumes and creative celebrations! As the petition to change the way American’s celebrate Halloween approaches 150,000 signatures, National Trick or Treat Day has officially been added to the National Day Calendar! People across the Country are embracing the idea of a safer, longer stress-free Halloween celebration and the Halloween & Costume Association (HCA) and Party City have just launched their all-inclusive #ALLoween campaign. The initiative is designed to support the all-day celebration of National Trick or Treat Day AND the time-honored traditions of Halloween on October 31st.
The #ALLoween campaign is rooted in the spirit of unity and togetherness. We are leveraging the power of Halloween to help bridge the great divide in our country. We’re reminding American’s that at its core, this celebration is an annual rite of acceptance — when we are free to unleash imagination, explore identity, embrace otherness, and unite in wonder over what and who we could be.
In support of National Trick or Treat Day, which is being held on the last Saturday of October in neighborhoods and communities all around the Country, the #ALLoween campaign will help amplify the additional Saturday celebration while promoting community parades, neighborhood parties and daytime Trick or Treating options!