Crazy, Creative Costumes Mark Bronto's Halloween Celebrations November 13th, 2014 Kellie Boggs, Senior Marketing Strategist Kellie Boggs, Senior Marketing Strategist Kellie Boggs, Senior Marketing Strategist Author BioWith over nine years of experience in developing and growing email and cross-channel marketing programs to drive revenue, Kellie Boggs brings a track record of success in building multi-channel campaigns across a variety of industries. By working one-on-one with clients to understand their business model and goals, she provides strategic marketing guidance to increase revenue. Boggs offers experience in providing clients with industry best practices, message design, campaign optimization, list growth tactics, segmentation strategies and detailed analyses of marketing campaigns. She truly enjoys helping clients build their customer base, grow their email channel and increase revenue! In her spare time, Boggs enjoys chasing her toddler around and the motherhood adventure. She also enjoys attending NC State sporting events with her family. Read More About Kellie Kellie Boggs, Senior Marketing Strategist Halloween was a spooky day in the Bronto office! All Brontos are strongly encouraged to dress up, and this year we did not disappoint. I think every year the competition for Best Individual Costume and Best Group Costume becomes more and more competitive. All of the employees vote and the winners are announced at the afternoon Halloween party or “Spook-a-py” based on our weekly “Occupy” gathering. This year we created our own Twitter handle @spookapy so that employees near and far could see all the great costumes. With over 150 costumes, there’s a lot of pictures. You should check out all the creative costumes, but if you don’t have time, we’ve featured the winning costumes: Best Individual Costume: Crazy Eyes (Cherreka Kiel) 2nd Place Best Individual Costume: Pyramid Head (Greg Dean) Best Group Costume: ‘N Sync & Spice Girls Reunion Tour (Mark P, Kevin M,Kevin T, Dan, Ed, Susan P, Olivia, Marti, Jessica W, Whitney) At the end of the day, we gathered together for our annual group picture This year we invited employees to decorate their pods, dress up, and even bring in their families for some trick or treating around the office. Even though we have expanded our office space that did not stop Bronto for going all out with the Halloween décor. Check out some of the spooky decorations here: This year we opened our Halloween party to friends and family and each department was able to hand out candy to the little Brontos. We even had some Brontos coordinate their Halloween costumes with their kids. We hope everyone had a safe and happy Halloween!