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Boo Your Neighbors for a Good Cause with these Spooktacular Yard Signs!

For the second year in a row, Tampa Yard Greetings has partnered with Tampa-based, National Pediatric Cancer Foundation to help scare away childhood cancer with the “Booed Ghost” Halloween yard sign.

The Halloween yard sign is a friendly ghost which has a festive poem affixed to the back. The Halloween yard sign is a great way to spread seasonal cheer among friends and neighbors in a socially distant manner.

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These Halloween yard signs are $15 each and can be ordered from Tampa Yard Greetings at www.tampayardgreetings.com/booed or by calling (813) 625-5326. For those that want to BOO their friends and family out of the area, the Halloween yard signs can be shipped across the country by visiting www.BooedGhost.com.

Tampa Yard Greetings owner, Anne Bloomquist, says  that she loves helping a charity with an incredible mission through a product like the signs made right here in Tampa Bay.

“By purchasing this fun halloween yard sign, people are able to spread some seasonal cheer while also supporting the great work of the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation, which funds research for childhood cancer across the country.”

Yard sign greetings are becoming a regular occurrence – greetings exist for everything from Halloween to Thanksgiving, Christmas and Holiday seasons, New Years, and most recently with the Covid-school-closures, graduation signs.  Everywhere this spring were signs announcing and celebrating the graduation of high school seniors.  In certain ways, a yard sign greeting isn’t too dissimilar from a real life instagram post in your front yard!  And of course, so many of them actually do appear in instagram!

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Laura Byrne
Laura Byrne is an award-winning former television news journalist who spent 15+ years in newsrooms across the state of Florida including Sarasota, Tallahassee, Fort Myers and right here in Tampa Bay where she still freelances on occasion. She covered the political beat, crime beat and every day breaking news during her time in Florida newsrooms, but is now focused on sharing positive news stories and events with families in Tampa Bay. She is a proud mommy of two little boys who keep her on her toes and laughing every day. Her goal is to inspire families just like yours to get out and play and experience all that Tampa Bay and our great state of Florida have to offer! She encourages you to share your stories and upcoming events so we can spread the good news.

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