Are you worried about security on Halloween evenings? The light sticks blast out. Children can not resist them, and it's easy for parents (and drivers) to see a kid who's lit up like a party bus.
A few years ago I impulsively bought a ton of light sticks at Amazon because they were a shit ̵
Halloween rolled around and it became clear to me that the best way to get rid of the bazillion light sticks I had was to distribute them to children on Halloween.
Not only the kids love to get the glow sticks – have you ever met a kid who was not totally thrilled with them? – but within the first hour after trickery or sourcing in my neighborhood I saw hundreds children glowing around Bright at night with the wristbands they had picked up from us.
Whether you visit your local Halloween store or drop by Amazon, it's pretty cheap to buy a few hundred bulbs to attach bracelets to distribute. Not only will Halloween night make you a little safer for the cheaters that get in your way, but you'll also have cool non-food treats on hand so you can join the Teal Pumpkin Project to make Halloween safer make kids with food allergies.