Halloween at U of A Bookstore

Halloween at U of A Bookstore
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The University of Arkansas Bookstore is celebrating Halloween in a big way this year. Thursday, Oct. 31, the Bookstore will host a pumpkin-carving contest, with a $50 gift card for the winner. Just bring in your carved pumpkin between 9 a.m. and noon to be entered into the contest. (No carving at the Bookstore, please!)

At 2 p.m. the Bookstore will hold a costume contest, with $100, $50 and $25 gift cards for the top three costumes. Bring your friends, audience participation is encouraged!

As an extra bonus, anyone in a costume will get a 10 percent discount on select purchases, all day.

 
Contacts

Emmy Barr, marketing manager
University of Arkansas Bookstore
479-575-2156, esbarr@uark.edu

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