Oct 02, 2012
It's a night full of treats for both kids and adults in Seattle. But a number of factors - including lots of people walking in the dark, the threat of wet and stormy weather, strangers coming to your door - mean that Halloween in Washington can have some tricks up its sleeve.
Magnolia Insurance wants your Halloween to be a happy one. So whether you're taking your kids out trick-or-treating, hosting a party or just staying home to greet costumed visitors, we can help make your evening safe while you take care of making it spooky. Just check out the tips below - and, as always, don't hesitate to call us at 206-284-4886 if you have questions about your costume ... er, coverage.
Creating a jack o'lantern is a time-honored tradition, whether you buy your pumpkins at the grocery store or at a local pumpkin farm. But don't forget, kids and knives are a dangerous combination. It's best to have the kids draw designs on the pumpkin with a marker and then let an adult handle the carving. And here's a great idea for kids who want to remove the seeds - rather than using a knife, hand them an ice-cream scoop. It's a lot safer, and it just might be more effective!
Help keep Halloween safe for everyone - and remember, your kids WILL know if you swipe some treats from their stash!
For further questions and assistance, please contact us today!
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Seattle, WA 98199
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