Halloween pet photo event | Tractor Supply Company

Get a photo dressed up with your furry friend this Halloween.

The following is a press release from Tractor Supply Company:

Tractor Supply Company is inviting customers to attend a Halloween Pet Photography event at its Enumclaw store. The event will take place on Oct. 27, 2018 from 12 p.m. until 5 p.m. at 911 Griffin Ave.

A local photographer will be on site shooting Halloween-themed photos of customers’ four-legged family members and the first 25 customers who get their photo taken will also receive a free magnetic picture frame.

Participating event partners include the Enumclaw FFA Chapter.

“At Tractor Supply, we understand that your pets aren’t just like family- they are family. That’s why we’re excited for the community to come out and make memories with pets dressed up in their best Halloween costumes,” said Beth Seeger, manager of Enumclaw Tractor Supply store. “Our customers love their furry best friends, and we want to make sure this Halloween is one they won’t forget.”

In addition to the pet photos, customers will also have the opportunity to enjoy a pet adoption event.

This event is open to the public and will take place at 911 Griffin Ave. For more information, please contact the Enumclaw Tractor Supply store at 360-825-2002.

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