Bewitching Halloween competition in aid of RNIB
The Burnley store team were in the spooky spirit this Halloween as they donned their scariest fancy dress and invited customers to take part in a special ‘Name the Witch’ competition.
For a £1 donation to charity Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB), customers could pick a name for the witch, waiting with her broomstick at the Charter Walk Shopping Centre store, from a list of 130, with the eventual name then picked at random.
The competition raised a fantastic total of £167 for the charity.
The witch way
Specsavers Burnley’s retail director Mark Addison said: ‘Congratulations to our customer that picked the correct name, Poppy! They won a hamper of goodies and sweeties perfect for ‘trick-or-treating’.
‘Thank you to all our customers that joined us this Halloween and helped raised so much for a great cause. I have to say the staff’s costumes were particularly impressive this year.’