In Upper Midwest here , any other stores having an OSLG Halloween Drive Thru, with small area poorly decorated by outside wall?? It was actually kind of funny in a sad sort of way. Granted weather didn't help, but only a few cars stopped buy for handouts of small bag of candy. OSLG cashier dressed up in a pretty weird costume. I had to step away to not watch and keep from laughing, as ASM kept stopping by to see how it was going (can't you see, NO CARS's ;-) )
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Went great at our store as well. we rotate hero’s projects at most of the elementary schools in our area and have been doing a trick or treat event with them for a few years now. Also a few my coworkers also work at the schools so the turnout is usually pretty good.
Went awesome in Tampa. Looks like your store did as well as your attitude which makes sense.
Colossal waste of time, payroll, and other resources if you ask me, that did nothing to financially benefit the stores. I wonder if this was the Taco Bell Lady's idea.
Went great over here in RI more than the registered people showed up