Keep your kids safe this Halloween!
Halloween night is one of the worst nights during the year for accidents in the dark…between Trick-or-Treating & parties, children & parents need to be safe! Please provide your children with reflectors for their costumes, shoes, sneakers or outerwear. Help make them be visible in the dark!
Did you know that 69% of all pedestrian and cycling accidents occur in the dark (as reported by the National Highway Safety Agency). Wearing white is not enough…with the use of a reflective tag, your child (or adult) would be visible in the dark up to 500 feet away!
BE SAFE…BE SEEN!
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25 Halloween Reflector tags – value $24.50!
(Great for your kids to wear & extras to give out to the Trick-or-Treaters.)
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