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October 23, 2020

TOWN CENTER OF MILILANI INVITES COSTUMED KEIKI TO DRIVE-THRU TRICK-OR-TREATING ON HALLOWEEN


Get those Halloween costumes ready, as Town Center of Mililani presents Drive-Thru Halloween Treat-or-Treating, on Saturday, October 31. Keiki treat bags — with Halloween candy, stickers and temporary tattoos — will be available while supplies last during the midday event. The drive-thru area is in the parking lot between Times Supermarket and Longs Drugs. Face masks must be worn during pick-up. Participants may tag their fun Halloween photos with #TownCenterOfMililani on social media. The center is pleased to provide this new drive-thru event to help our community continue their valued traditions during this year of extraordinary challenges. 

Town Center of Mililani is also holding a Virtual Halloween Costume Contest on its Instagram. Three keiki will have a chance to win a $50 gift card to Cookie Corner. A winner will be named from each age group: 0-3 years old, 4-8 years old and 9-12 years old. Parents and guardians can enter their keiki by visiting @TownCenterofMililani on Instagram.
  • Follow Town Center of Mililani on Instagram
  • “Like” the Virtual Halloween Costume Contest post
  • Post a picture on Instagram of your keiki in his/her Halloween costume with the hashtag #HalloweenTCM and your keiki’s age
  • Pictures must be posted by October 31 at 2 p.m., Hawaii Standard Time
The three winners will be announced on the center’s Instagram on Halloween, Oct. 31, at 5 p.m. Winners will be selected based on creativity and overall costume. Please remember that your Instagram account must be public to enter and only one entry per keiki. Must tag #HalloweenTCM and include keiki’s age and costume in the caption to be eligible for entry. By entering your keiki, you are allowing the Town Center of Mililani to repost your keiki’s picture on its social media accounts for the winner announcement.

Parents are welcome to shop at Town Center of Mililani’s variety of stores and restaurants and pick up more treats for the family to enjoy before or after trick-or-treating. Face masks are required while at the center. See towncenterofmililani.com for up-to-date information on shopping and dining options, including current hours and services. Individual store policies and hours may vary, so customers are highly encouraged to check the website in advance.

When visiting Town Center of Mililani, guests must avoid large groups and practice social distancing. Those who have been recently sick or at higher risk of getting sick should stay home, to help keep everyone safe. The center follows federal and local health guidelines. The safety of its guests and the Mililani community is the center’s top goal, with increased sanitation methods and cleaning protocols using CDC approved cleaning agents.

Visit the center’s website at towncenterofmililani.com for up to date information. Individual store policies and hours may vary, so customers are highly encouraged to check the website in advance.

Located in the heart of Central Oahu and Mililani Town, the center has a long history of connecting its community together. Follow and tag photos of #TownCenterOfMililani on Facebook @TownCtrMililani and Instagram @TownCenterofMililani. See towncenterofmililani.com.
 

ABOUT TOWN CENTER OF MILILANI
Town Center of Mililani is a 449,000 square-foot shopping center with over 90 stores including Longs Drugs, Times Supermarket, PetSmart, local specialty shops, restaurants like CPK, Five Guys Burgers & Fries and Zippy’s, a newly-renovated Consolidated Theatres, and medical, financial and professional services offices. It is the largest shopping center in Central Oahu and one of the largest in the state. For more information, please visit www.towncenterofmililani.com #TownCenterOfMililani

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