To dentist’s it is a day to celebrate a possible increase in business from all of the treats consumed by children and adults alike! (It is said that one quarter of all candy sold in a year in the United States is sold for Halloween!) For law enforcement officials it is a day to be extra watchful for all of the prankster’s tricks and to children it is a day of candy and fun.
Halloween is not celebrated in all countries around the world. But some countries celebrate in a similar manner such as the Hungry Ghost Festival in China, El Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) in Mexico and Latin America, and Ghede in Haiti just to name a few. Since it is not Halloween does that mean they don’t say “Trick or Treat?”
Airlines fly basically to most all countries around the world, so will they celebrate the holiday by giving passengers a “trick or a treat” with air fares? Will it be a trick aka increases or a treat aka an airfare sale for passengers wanting to book a flight?
The biggest trick of this Halloween weekend was from Mother Nature, she gave us the historic snowfall that fell and crippled the mid Atlantic and northeastern states.