At Infomedia, We Take Spooky Seriously!

On Halloween Day, the ghosts and ghouls started arriving: At Infomedia, we take our office Halloween party seriously with costumes and cash prizes!

The Infomedia logo with spider webs covering it, with a fake spider on the web

Infomedia employees dressed up for halloween at the office

Where else can you go and find Steve Irwin the Crocodile Hunter, a deranged Bette Midler, Bob from Bob’s Burgers, Elliot from E.T., Fred from Scooby Doo and an Indian all in the same room?? No other place than the annual Infomedia Halloween party.

We take Halloween seriously around here, and the stakes were high this year: Cash-money prizes, a trophy, and most importantly, bragging rights for a whole year were on the line. We hung decorations weeks early so everyone could get into the spirit. A Halloween playlist was started for everyone to add songs to. Collaborations starting forming early and rumors flew as to who was coming as what.

A room with a T.V., posters, and a fake spider web decoration

On Halloween Day, the ghosts and ghouls started arriving. The best part was seeing everyone’s creative side come out. Yes, even some of those techie nerds actually have a creative side! Take a look at just some of our costumes.

Fred from Scooby doo
Fred from Scooby doo
A man dressed up as mayhem from Allstate
Mayhem from Allstate
Steve Irwin the Crocodile Hunter
Steve Irwin the Crocodile Hunter
A man dressed as Dwayne Allman for Halloween
Dwayne Allman

But at the end of the day, somebody had to win. We recruited some of our fellow tenants in the building to help with the judging and after much debate, winners were announced. Bob, also known as Kyle, with his INFO-MEAT-IA burger and site of fries came in second place. The grand prize went to Deranged Bette Midler also known as Pam, who had a little help from Jimmy, the artist behind Bette’s scary mouth.

Multiple people in their halloween costumes at the Infomedia office
The Winners

After the judging, it was time for the party, complete with burgers, vomiting pumpkins and spooky spiked punch. Overall, it was great time had by all: Another successful Infomedia Halloween goes down in the books!

A Halloween themed food platter

I did learn one thing though. I’m going to have to step up my game next year. What I thought was a great indian costume just didn’t cut it with this crowd. I better starting planning now!

A woman dressed as a Native-American for Halloween


About Leslie

Leslie keeps our production department running smoothly with the help of lots of cute office supplies, personalized calendars and a morning cup of coffee (with a healthy dose of caramel if-you-please). With over a decade of experience managing production at Southern Progress and Willow House, she’s a natural fit as project manager at Infomedia, and she’s the glue that keeps our team together even during tough projects and tight timelines. Special talents include the ability to sing basically any ‘80s song on-command and find sale items for 20% cheaper with just a little online research. After hours, you’ll find her hanging out with her husband, Chance, son, Wells, and dog, Beau, playing Bunko with her friends, or watching historical dramas on Netflix.

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