Old Cutler Towne Center would like to thank all of the wonderful ghosts and goblins who attended our Halloween Howl last Saturday. Our tenants had a boo’tiful time passing out sweets to the crowds of trick or treaters and admiring the fang-tastic costumes. Choosing winners for the Halloween Howl Costume Contest was no easy task for our judges—Dr. Russell Rogg, owner of The Massage & Acupuncture Center at OCTC, and Luis Diaz and Kathy Mulkern of Sansone Group, the shopping center’s management company—as there were many outstanding entrants. But after much deliberation, the panel chose the following costume contest entrants as winners.
First Place (and a $150 prize) goes to Felipe, The great Wii controller!
Second Place (and $100 prize) goes to Jorge, The Shufflin’ Robot!
And Third Place (and $50 prize) goes to Emily, The Vampire!
Congratulations to all of our winners, from your friends at Old Cutler Towne Center.
To obtain prizes, the parent/guardian of whom admitted their entrant into the contest—Monica Ospina, Vanessa Sanchez and Joann Montalvo— must contact Luis Diaz (Staring Monday, Nov. 5) at 1-800-538-9708 to arrange pick up of prize money. A photo ID will be required.
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