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Halloween Superstore Now Open at Asheville Outlets

Store Features Largest Selection of Masks in the Country

Shoppers can get a head start on buying costumes, accessories, decorations and all things Halloween at the Halloween Superstore, now open at Asheville Outlets. Located between Maurice’s and Zales Outlet, the store opened on September 3rd to get ready for what is forecasted to be another busy holiday season. Almost 70% of Americans participate in Halloween activities.

Halloween Superstore stocks everything shoppers need for the October 31st holiday, including costumes for men, women, children, babies and pets. They also have home décor, party supplies, toys and more.

Store owner Jeff Knighten has been helping area trick-or-treaters and Halloween party-goers get outfitted with all their needs for many years. Said Knighten,”We are all about Halloween at the Halloween Superstore and we’re excited to now stock the biggest variety of masks in the nation. Since Halloween falls on a Saturday this year, we expect it to be busier than usual, so shop early!”

Halloween Superstore is open seven days a week now through Halloween. Find them on Facebook at Halloween-Superstore.

About Jill Lieberman

I grew up in Western North Carolina, and like many who grew up here, left for bigger and better things. I ended up choosing to come right back where I started. I have lived in cities from Manhattan to San Francisco to Atlanta. Asheville is my favorite. After getting a master’s degree in journalism with a public relations focus, my first job was with an agency in Greenville working on crisis communications for the hospital system. That began a career where I’ve handled almost every job there is in PR/marketing /media, from copywriter to media buyer to event planner to salesperson. I was in the trenches during the first dot com boom and bust and worked with Google before it became a verb. I’ve written regular columns for publications on beauty products and how to navigate the internet.

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