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Jollibee Halloween Fun thrills Jollibee Kids Club members with tricks and treats

This Halloween, Jollibee Kids Club members are in for more treats than tricks as the country’s leading fast-food chain hosts the most exciting and thrilling costume party—Jollibee Halloween Fun.

Little ones will have the chance to dress up in fancy costumes, enjoy fun games and have a wonderful time with their fellow kids at the costume party being held at participating Jollibee stores nationwide until November 5, 2017.

Kids can unleash their imagination and be whoever they want to be at the Halloween Fun costume parade. Here they can channel their inner fairies, superheroes, princesses, pirates and so much more for a chance to be the best-dressed jolly kid and win cool prizes.

From dancing like zombies and Frankenstein, to feeding monster creatures and passing around a pumpkin ball, members of one of the country’s most active kids clubs are in for a series of exciting Halloween-themed games that will have them jumping from their seats.

To prep the kids up for a bucket brimming with sweet Halloween treats, they will also get a chance to get creative with their creepy candy-holders. Jollibee Kids Club members can make and decorate their own paper plate candy-holders with the help of their parents.

With a jam-packed program that is sure to get tummies hungry, Jollibee Kids Club members can recharge and munch down on some of their favorite langhap-sarap treats. 

Let your kids be part of Jollibee Kids Club for a chance to join the Jollibee Halloween Fun until November 5, 2017 at select Jollibee stores nationwide! Visit a Jollibee store near you for more details on the event.

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Be a part of the Jollibee Kids Club and join the spooktastic Jollibee Halloween Fun parties in select Jollibee stores nationwide until November 5, 2017. Drop by the nearest Jollibee store to find out more.

Topics: Jollibee Halloween Fun , Jollibee Kids Club members
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