Think you’ve got the scariest yard on the block? Spicing up your party with a creepy cauldron?
If you’re using dry ice this Halloween, enter a photo or video of your creation in the Penguin Brand™ Dry Ice Frightfully Cool Halloween Contest!
Upload a picture or video of your spooky Halloween effects created with dry ice and share your submission on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram using the hashtag #FrightfullyCool and #PenguinDryIce for a chance to win one of five prizes, including a grand prize of $1,500!
Click here to watch last year's winning entry, submitted by Dan Lamoureaux.
Winners will be selected by some of the top minds in fright, including Editor In Chief of Horror Freak News, Mike Sumner; founder of The Science Kiddo, Crystal Chatterton; and writer, blogger and Halloween-lover Miranda Enzor.
For more dry ice tips and tricks this Halloween, follow Penguin Brand™ Dry Ice!
One (1) Grand Prize Winner - $1,500 in Visa gift cards
One (1) Runner-Up - $250 in Visa gift cards
Three (3) Honorable Mentions - $100 in Visa gift cards each
Thank you! Our contest has concluded. Winners will be announced on www.frightfullycool.com and Penguin Brand™ Dry Ice’s social media channels on or about Friday, Nov. 24, 2017.
Mike Sumner is Editor in Chief of Horror Freak News. Mike became an avid horror fan at a young age after staying up to catch Nightmare on Elm Street in 1984. Horror Freak News is one of the largest horror movie websites and receives over 700,000 visitors per month, dishing out the latest in horror movie news.
Miranda Enzor is the Houston-based writer, blogger and Halloween lover behind Spooky Little Halloween, the blog celebrating October 31st all year long. She celebrates her favorite day of the year by hosting her annual party, Halloweenie Roast, and is addicted to pumpkin guts, witches' brews, skulls and all things spooky. Visit her blog at spookylittlehalloween.com.
Crystal Chatterton started The Science Kiddo to incorporate her experience as an organic chemist into her new life as a stay-at-home mom. Through her blog, Crystal shares experiments and class lessons that help parents and teachers inspire their children through science. Visitors to her site can also find information about coding, engineering, art, math and more! Visit her blog at sciencekiddo.com.