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Have a silly, spooky time at Sea World’s Halloween Spooktacular!

by @jenvargas

Over the weekend, we spent some time with our friends at Sea World Orlando to preview #SeaWorldSpooktacular!

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Having a whale of a time @SeaWorldOrlando’s #SeaWorldSpooktacular!

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The Spooktacular fun is included with daily admission and is filled with ‘fantasea’ trick or treat stations, sea snacks, a huge dance party (with pumpkin fish, sea fairies, even Pete and Penny Penguin), up-close animal encounters, cookie decorating and more. My favorite part of Sea World’s Spooktacular (aside from the candy)? Watching Jamie and the Sesame Street gang Countdown to Halloween! It’s a live show happening daily at the Seaport Theater featuring some Sesame Street favorites. Consult the nearest park map for times. After the show, there’s a special meet and greet opportunity with one or more of the cast. Maybe you’ll meet Elmo… maybe Abby Caddaby… maybe even The Count himself! Check out my #GoogleStory below to see some video and more fun!

Sea World’s Spooktacular is open on weekends in October (11-12, 18-19, 25-26) from 12pm to 8pm and includes sweets and treats from AirHeads, Black Forest, Jo-Ann Fabric & Craft Stores, Lemonhead, Mentos, Sunrype and Tootsie Roll. (Smarties? Nerds? YES!)

 

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Eat More Candy? You don’t have to tell @CentralFLTop5 twice @SeaWorld! #SeaWorldSpooktacular

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Also available, a special Dine with Shamu Halloween Spooktacular Brunch. Familes will enjoy a delicious menu of seasonal and sustainable items and one complimentary family photo with a SeaWorld’s Halloween Spooktacular photo frame. Also included; a cookie decorating kit for guests under 12 and a trick-or-treat bag with goodies. Get a once-in-a-lifetime glimpse into the interactions that occur between our trainers and whales. Learn what you can do to help save valuable ocean resources and habitats by enjoying sustainable and natural foods.

To find out more about #SeaWorldSpooktacular, locate your nearest broom and fly on over to http://seaworldparks.com/spooktacular/!

Trick or Treat With MIKE AND IKE® New Mummy’s Mix!

Happy Halloween Early ! We have been loving this new candy you really must try!

We have been doing some research and you need to know this:

Well before Mike and Ike split, they developed a new product offering for Halloween 2012 called MIKE AND IKE® Mummy’s Mix.  Ike created Halloween themed artwork complete with a scary mummy on the front of the box.  Mike picked the 5 most appropriate autumn colors from the vast fruit candy assortment:  yellow, orange, purple, green, and red.  It’s a shame they split up before the new product launched for this Halloween season.  The New MIKE AND IKE® Mummy’s Mix is available in a 5 oz box which is perfect for Halloween parties as a gift or as a candy dish item.

MIKE AND IKE® candy is available in various pack sizes boxes from snack to take-home bags at prices ranging from 25-cents to a few dollars.  They can be found in supermarkets, mass market retailers and drug stores.

The independent and talented duo has decided to follow their true passions. Mike is a musician at heart and produced a music video; Ike is an urban artist and a lover of art. Their split is not unlike that of other famous celebrity duos like Simon and Garfunkel or Lennon and McCartney.

“People of all ages love MIKE AND IKE® and we are reassuring fans and our retail partners that our famous fruit-chewy candies will continue to be produced and sold  this Halloween as we get this resolved,” says Caitlin O’Connor, Assistant Marketing Manager for Just Born.

Music and Art Videos

While news of the legendary candy duo split rocked the world, both Mike and Ike went off to pursue their dreams.  Mike, a musician, produced his first video “Strawberry or Die” featuring Blaze Kelly which can be seen at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sf4xlF06clI

Ike is busy working on his art which has been seen in and around New York City – in larger than life size murals on buildings, in Times Square, and in subways.  You can also now see his art related video documentary, “Exit Through the Candy Shop” on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZaOq2wpWxFc&feature=plcp