VIP prizes offered to winners of drawings from among candy donors
The town of Queen Creek is seeking candy donations from the community for the annual Halloween event.
Trunk or Treat, presented by Dignity Health, will be held from 5‐9 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 22, on Ellsworth Road in Town Center.
Thousands of pieces of candy were distributed on Trunk or Treat Street 2016. To keep up with the growing demand of trick-or-treaters, the town’s Recreation Division is holding a candy drive.
As an added incentive, the town is offering people who donate a bag of candy at the Recreation Annex a chance to win one of five grand prize Trunk or Treat VIP experiences.
Donors will receive a raffle ticket for every 1-pound bag of unopened, individually wrapped candy donated.
Each winner will receive four “no wait in line” passes at the Trunk or Treat Street experience, $20 in carnival tickets and reserved parking.
Winners will be contacted on Monday, Oct. 17, and recognized through the town’s Facebook and Twitter pages and in stage announcements.
A limited number of VIP experiences will also be available for purchase at the Recreation Annex for $75 through Oct. 19, or until supplies run out.
Trunk or Treat provides a safe and unique way for families to enjoy an inexpensive evening of Halloween fun. Children trick‐or-treat by going from car trunk to car trunk on Trunk or Treat Street to get their bags filled with goodies.
There will also be carnival games, horse costume contest, food, vendors and other Halloween attractions.
For more information about sponsorship opportunities or vendor questions, call the town’s special events coordinator, Erica Perez, at 480-358-3719 or e-mail her at Erica.Perez@QueenCreek.org.