Football season has just begun, which means that Halloween is right around the corner.
The Town of Queen Creek is currently seeking community involvement for the Trunk or Treat event, where groups host decorated car trunks or truck beds from which children will trick-or-treat for candy, according to a news release.
Showcase your business to thousands of excited residents and visitors at Queen Creek’s largest signature event. Presented by Dignity Health, Trunk or Treat will be held from 5‐9 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 21 on Ellsworth Road in Town Center, north of Ocotillo Road.
There are a variety of opportunities for area organizations, businesses and individuals to participate in this event, which draws thousands of residents each year.
A completed application is required to host a trunk; the fee is $25 and the deadline is Sept. 14. All candy is provided by the Town through sponsorships, participation fees and donations.
Booth space is also available for community groups, non-profit organizations and businesses to host carnival games as a fundraising activity.
A completed application is required to host a carnival game; the fee is $10 and the deadline is Sept. 14. Carnival booth operators must provide their own equipment (tables, chairs, game, prizes/candy, decorations, etc.) and all candy must be pre-packaged.
The Town is also seeking vendors and sponsors for the event, offering an outstanding opportunity to showcase business goods and services. The deadline for vendor registration is Sept. 14; vendor applications are available online at QueenCreek.org.
Trunk or Treat provides a safe and unique way for families to enjoy an inexpensive evening of Halloween fun in a festival.
For additional information about the event, sponsorship opportunities or vendor questions, please contact the Event Coordinator, Erica Perez at 358-3719 or [email protected].