Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Halloween night at the refinery

  I hope everyone had a safe trick or treat night! We did something different this Halloween Sal and I went to this refinery called ConocoPhillips in San Pedro California right next to the ports of Los Angeles.  He had mentioned to me that every Halloween since he was little,this company gives out tons of caramel corn. They set up one of their parking lots with rows of employees all in costumes and with box's and box's of caramel corn. I think at least 10 different lanes and you had to be in your car with the windows down and when it was your turn you had to yell out to them
HAPPY HALLOWEEN and they would throw hand fulls of caramel corn bags into your car windows. It was so much fun and the lines where long with cars and family's. Sal said they have been doing this for years and they also decorate the parking lot with Halloween decorations and lights and scary sounds.You can go back as many times as you want, but you had to go back in line again if you wanted more. They do it until they run out and it usually goes late into the night. It is nice for a huge company to give a treat like this to the community and it was really amazing and wanted to share this with you all. Here is what the bags of caramel corn look like.

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