WhereSafe Gets Carving for Halloween
October 21, 2020, Brantford, ON - Consumer GPS tracking technology provider and family safety company, WhereSafe, has a scary challenge for families in Brantford and beyond. The company is asking for submissions of pictures of Jack-O-Lanterns carved by families, for a chance to win prizes.
The contest was born in an effort to help provide people with a fun activity to do at home, so as to not go out on Halloween. Instead the idea is to encourage people to stay home and practice recommended public health protocols. Ontario’s Premier, Doug Ford, has asked Ontarians to stay home and perhaps carve a pumpkin as a way to celebrate Halloween. So the WhereSafe Virtual Pumpkin Carving Contest might help make that plea more enjoyable.
“We want to offer people something fun to do on Halloween, and in doing so we encourage people to do the right thing, stay home, be a part of the solution, not the problem,” says Sherry Poloniato, a Co-Founder at WhereSafe. “It is also a goal of ours, during this difficult time, to support local farmers. Buy a pumpkin. And support local restaurants, with take-out options, from the prizes in this contest.”
“These days, it can be a struggle to find fun things to do with the family, given restrictions due to the current pandemic. And not knowing what will or will not be allowed tomorrow, we want to do what we can to keep Halloween safe and about family and fun” says Vince Poloniato, Co-Founder & President at WhereSafe.
The WhereSafe Virtual Pumpkin Carving Contest is simple to enter:
1. Like the post at https://www.instagram.com/p/CGbEaGiMyq3/
2. Tag a friend
3. Follow @wheresafegps
4. CARVE A PUMPKIN, take a picture with it, and post with #wheresafe
Winners of the contest will win Uber Eats prize packages. 1st place gets $200 Uber Eats; 2nd place gets $100; and 3rd place wins a $50 Uber Eats prize. All entries receive WhereSafe memorabilia. Winners will be selected after judging, on November 1st. No purchase necessary for entry.
Read the official contest rules and regulations.
Have a safe and healthy Halloween and good luck carving your pumpkin for a chance to win.