HAPPY HALLOWEEN From Tony Swainey And Company

Dated: 10/31/2016

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We hope everyone has a fun and safe Halloween!  We wanted to mention a couple of safety tips to keep in mind while you're out and about tonight.  

  • Children 12 and under should trick or treat and cross streets with an adult.

  • Try to stick to sidewalks and paths whenever possible.  Otherwise, remember to walk facing traffic and as far to the side as possible.

  • Cross the street at traffic signals or crosswalks whenever possible.

  • Parents should remind children to always be aware of cars that may be turning or backing up.

  • Drivers please slow down and be extra cautious of children darting out into the street and between cars.

  • Carry a flashlight or glow stick so you are more visible to drivers.

  • Let’s not forget our pets’ safety as well by keeping candy and costumes out of reach and make sure pets are kept calm as strangers at the door can be stressful for them.

HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!

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Tony Swainey

As owner of Tony Swainey & Co, my passion is to sell your home bringing you the largest return on your investment, in the least amount of time possible and make it an experience so exceptional that yo....

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