With Distortions Making Monsters, we learned about Morris Costume, a haunted trail that got a giant skeleton, a haunted house on a boat, how many halloween retailers there are, saw mini golfs, ufo museums and Netherworld got a big bug. If you aren't in the industry this stuff is wonderous and basically very intresting national advertising. Even various nation trade shows were spots and factoids. It all just shows how serious and huge the market is.
I always imagined it pays those on camera something that would make up for or even be a benefit for what ever delays occur in the production of props. Even if it is a burden, this kind of exposure is the ultimate in branding. I don't think people look at the mishaps as drama or idiocy, it is hard work and they are trying to fly through it. Despite having problems with big molds, the product delivered is nice. Despite shipping companies tearing things up, they were there putting it back together as the utimate customer service.
I'm not seeing anything bad here.
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