Are You Ready For Halloween? (Scary Stuff!)

by Wildfire on August 29, 2012

The spectre of Halloween is fast approaching. Are you ready?

Boo!

Did we scare you?

Well, if that didn’t, perhaps it will raise your hair and chill your spine to know that Halloween is on the horizon… and for those of us in the entertainment industry, it’s coming up so fast, it’s scary!

But there’s a silver lining to the dark, ominous clouds looming in the distance: it’s about to become a whole lot more affordable to create some truly thrilling spectral effects (pun intended!) in time for your Halloween production.

That’s because Wildfire is offering a special Halloween promotion beginning September 1, with 10% off all Luminescent Paint, Makeup, and Effects Master Series (Energy, Standard, & Deluxe) fixtures. Basically, everything you need to create some “spooktacular” black light effects!

We’re a little creeped out about it, to be honest with you.

‘Cause with rising materials costs these days, it’s hard to keep prices low… and we rarely offer discounts. So who knows how many of our faithful customers (living and undead) will leave their places of rest to take advantage of this money-saving offer before it disappears like an apparition in the mist!

Will throngs of the undead swarm Wildfire to take advantage of this special promotion?

To miss out on such a deal would be truly frightening… and we’d hate to see you haunted forever by the memory of a missed opportunity!

So now is your chance to stock up on some needed supplies (while stocks last) for your Halloween production… and save some of your hard-earned cash while doing it.

You can order in person at our Torrance, CA location (be sure and mention this promotion)… or order online using the promo code ‘HLW2012’.

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Jim August 30, 2012 at 8:33 pm

I own a couple of laser tag arenas as well as a Blacklight mini golf. We are currently looking for local artists for a future project. Often, we have the need for some smaller scale black light painting projects like touch up repair work or simple stuff. Do you guys have lists of artists that do that type work? Or do you have ideas on how to find local artists?

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