Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Costume contest brings fun into the workplace, raises money for community

We were treated to a Halloween Costume Contest at Marshfield Furniture.

What a sight to see: 23 employees from throughout the company put on their Halloween best and invited Drive Chair John Baur to judge the contest, as a special event for their workplace campaign.

First place went to a striking blond (Left). Chris said his costume was a collection of items left by a former girlfriend. He said he’d like to have worn high heeled shoes, but couldn’t find any with safety toes.

Second place went to Frosty the Snowman as portrayed by Carolyn. Hopefully Carolyn didn’t melt before the day was over!

Pictured below, a group shot of all the Marshfield Furniture employees who dressed up for the occasion.
From left: Standing: a jockey, Dracula's bride, a doctor, a striking blond, Marshfield Furniture's Mascot (a cardinal), laundry basket, Frosty the Snowman, Minnie Mouse, a faceless villian, a Roman goddess, the villian from Saw, an axe murder, a packer fan and the sheriff.
Kneeling: a pretty witch, a jester, a disco dancer, Ugly Betty, bedtime toddler, and "I woke up late today."

Great job everyone! We hope you enjoyed dressing up as much as we enjoyed visiting and seeing all the great costumes.

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