40 Fang-Filled Halloween Event Flyers

October 29, 2012 · 0 comments

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Halloween doesn’t only spell trick-or-treat and horror ghost stories. It’s also known as the season of parties and events here and there. As a small business owner, you can use this time to promote your store by holding costume parties, gallery exhibit, concert, and horror movie marathon, among others.

With the many Halloween events held around the place, it can be difficult to get people coming and going into your party. But don’t worry – a cool and hip Halloween marketing campaign is all you need to make your party the talk of the town!

If you’re using print products to promote your business, it all starts with handing out the appropriate Halloween event flyers to passersby. Below are things to consider when coming up with a flyer for your upcoming event.

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Takeaways

  • Design. Start by thinking of a theme.  Some of the often used Halloween print themes are: vintage, grungy, and artsy. The vintage theme is characterized with the use of grainy font and retro images. If you want your flyer to look horrific, you can go for the grungy route and choose over-the-top effects for a dark and gloomy mood. On the other hand, if you want your design to be creative, just use cartoons and illustrations and play with the design.
  • Content. A catchy design will be useless if not backed up with a compelling content. Think of a relevant tagline or event title that will excite people.  Also, don’t forget to include the basic info that your guests need to know about the event such as the place, time, and what attire to wear.
  • Printing. The outcome of your flyers boils down to the quality of the printing. Go for a flyer printing company that will make your Halloween prints rise from the dead. You can also check PrintRunner’s brochures and posters to further promote your event.
Hope the examples above inspired you in creating spooky yet interesting Halloween event flyers. If you don’t have the time to design your own, you can check out our Design Services and we’d be happy to help you. Browse PrintRunner‘s complete list of products for more promotional tools you can use for your campaign.

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Jian Co is a free-spirited journalist at heart. She works as a marketing specialist in PrintRunner.com, a friendly online printing company. She writes new ideas about brochure printing and marketing. Jian finds her inspiration from creative blogs that show her the niceties of life.

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