REHBEL went all out for their first Trunk or Treat event, and it was definitely a spooky success! They transformed their parking lot into a Halloween wonderland, with inflatable ghosts, pumpkins and a homemade cemetery.

REHBEL employees dressed in costumes, and decorated cars, passed out king sized candy. A steady line of cars filled the parking lot, as kids excitedly trick or treated from car to car. Parents expressed gratitude for having a safe place to take their little ones, before trick or treating officially started in Lansing.

Part of the Pumpkin Carving Team

In addition to the massive amount of candy, REHBEL also had Halloween themed games and music for families to enjoy. A haunted backdrop provided the perfect photo opportunity for families to snap a picture. REHBEL also provided fresh fruit at the center of the event to promote healthy nutrition in the community.

REHBEL is much more than a place to work, or a cultivation center; they’re a close family who enjoys connecting with each other and the community. This event was successful because of the community’s participation, and REHBEL would like to thank everyone who attended.

We look forward to seeing you at our next event!  

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