The Accessible Trick or Treating Halloween Yard Signs – How’d We Do?

RE/MAX - Accessible - Trick or Treating Halloween Yard Signs

Every Halloween little ghosts, goblins, and ghouls get their costumes on and hit the streets with their friends in search of candy, chocolate, and freights. It’s the night kids wait for all year long. But for many, trick or treating isn’t always as easy or accessible as it should be. For kids with accessibility challenges, staircases, steep or long driveways, crowded front entrances, or narrow pathways are barriers. Sometimes, these barriers can stop them from trick or treating all together.

This year RE/MAX INTEGRA introduced a unique pilot program and unleashed it to our network to tackle this issue. Designed by Padulox, the signs are meant to show your support for children who have accessibility needs. We want to let kids be kids and enjoy Halloween to its fullest potential.

Released at the beginning of October, the Accessible Trick or Treating yard signs make a statement during the Halloween season in neighbourhoods all across our region. We had hundreds of signs ordered by RE/MAX agents and extensive media coverage on this pilot program, which you’ll find below!

24x20 halloween Remax LAWN SIGN V3

 

See The Halloween Yard Signs in Action!

Across the RE/MAX Network in our region, offices and Agents shared photos of their signs and promoted them to their clients. The impact was tangible as signs were popping up online and in real life across our communities!

 

Accessible Trick Or Treating Media Coverage

Along with some incredible positive feedback from our network, the Halloween Yard Sign pilot program received fantastic media coverage leading up to the big day. Take a look at some of the coverage below by clicking on the logos!

 

Halloween 2019 – What’s Next?

Remember! Be sure to save your signs for next year as this initiative is going to get bigger and better.

Thank you to our Brokers & Agents for supporting this pilot project! If you weren’t able to order your signs this year, keep this initiative on your radar for 2019 and let’s make Halloween inclusive and accessible for all kids!
 

Learn More About The Signs!

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