There’s good news on the COVID-19 front: NPR reports there will be a steady decline of COVID-19 cases through the spring.1
This means Halloween is back this year and U.S. consumers are expected to spend a record $10.14 billion on Halloween candy, costumes, decorations, and greeting cards which is up from $8.05 billion in 2020, reports USA Today.2
If you’re spending money on a party, incorporate the following party trivia:
- What Celtic tradition led to modern-day trick-or-treating?
- What percentage of Americans purchased Halloween costumes for their pets?
- What fraction of all candy sold annually in the United States is purchased on Halloween?
- How many calories are in the average trick-or-treater’s Halloween haul?
Have a safe and happy Halloween!
- A – Samhain3
- C – 203
- C – One-fourth4
- D – 11,0004
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