Key Communications, parent company to USGlass magazine/USGNN.com™, celebrated Halloween late last week with a costume contest for team members. This year’s top prize went to Bryan Hovey, web developer, for his male tooth fairy costume. Hovey captured the majority of votes and wins a choice between three days of vacation time or $150.
The second place winner was Chris Bunn, video producer, who dressed up as Philip J. Fry from “Futurama.” Bunn wins his choice of two days of vacation time or $100.
And third place went to Amanda Mason, graphic designer, who dressed up as “50 Shades of Grey.” She wins her choice of one day of vacation time or $50.
The award for most creative costume went to Ashley Weaver, graphic designer, who dressed up as a hot air balloon. She wins her choice of one day of vacation time or $50.
Other costumes by team members included:
—Jamie Browning, AGRR™ magazine columnist, as a zombie;
—Dawn Campbell, managing editor, as a monkey;
—Janeen Mulligan, customer relations manager, as Cleopatra;
—Jenna Reed, editor of AGRR™ magazine/glassBYTEs.com™, as Princess Leia; and
—Tara Taffera, vice president of editorial services/publisher of DWM magazine, as the Mad Hatter.
Thank you for voting for this year’s contestants and have a happy Halloween!