Trick-or-treat event was a success
HUNTINGTON — Organizers of the trick-or-treat with Batman event Thursday night at Pullman Square said they were hopeful at least 500 people would turnout for the first annual Halloween event.
Within the first half hour, Pullman Square was packed with twice that number of trick-or-treaters and their parents, who visited businesses in the square as well as vendors who set up just for the event, which was hosted by Clear Channel Communications.
In addition to a meet-and-greet with Batman, costumed kiddos could participate in a costume contest and go trick-or-treating at the businesses at Pullman, who sponsored the event along with several area businesses: City Insurance, Insurance Professionals of Huntington, Dutch Miller Kia, Kipling Shoe Company, Enterprise Child Development Center, Energy Citizens, MedExpress, A Magical Disc Jockey and Herts Chips and Snacks.
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