National Costume Swap Day is Saturday, October 8.
What is it?
A costume swap can be as simple as getting together with a few neighbors or as large as a citywide event.
Either way, you'll be making a difference in your community by saving resources (and money, too!).
Costume swaps not only mean less resources are used to make new product, it also means less packaging, less transportation of the product and less waste (from products being trashed as they sadly often are!).
Swaps are also a lot of fun and can be a great way to kick off the Green Halloween® season!
A costume swap is a community building activity and of course, in these challenging times, will save families money. Visit www.CostumeSwapDay.com to find local swaps and that new swaps will be registering every day right up to Halloween.
If you'd like to set up your own Costume Swap visit www.costumeswapday.com/howto.html to learn all the tricks to hosting your own successful swap!