Vote for Your Favorite Costume in Our Office Halloween Contest!

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Vote for the 2017 Infomedia Halloween office costume contest winner through our Facebook, Twitter or Instagram pages!

Here at Infomedia, we’re very serious about a few things: web security, great customer service, Star Wars … and Halloween. We hold a costume contest every year, and the competition can get a little intense. For months before Halloween, there are alliances (a.k.a. group costumes), strategies and secrets. And on Halloween morning, we all show up to work and face the judges.

Think you have what it takes to be a judge? We agree! We want you to vote, and we’ll calculate and announce the winner tomorrow morning here on the blog. Below, you’ll find contestant and costume names, and you can vote via the Infomedia Instagram, Twitter and Facebook pages. To vote, just comment and let us know who you think should win (yes, you can vote on each social media outlet and get three votes if you’d like to). Your votes must be in by midnight tonight to be counted; we’ll announce the winners tomorrow morning!

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Contestants: Russell as Michaelangelo, Stuckey as Leonardo, Jimmy as Raphael and Jonathan as Donatello

Fantasy Football Player

Contestant: Michael


Contestant: Amber

Luke from The Gilmore Girls

Contestant: Sam

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Malfunction

Contestants: Katie, Leslie and Carrie

The Wizard of Oz

Contestant: Mary Katherine

Zombie Pam

Contestant: Pam

Jack and Coke

Contestants: Casey (and his wife, Teth)



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Carrie has been copyediting and writing for fifteen years. Her skills were forged in the newsroom at The Birmingham Post-Herald and she’s a huge book nerd (she moonlights as Southern Living’s book reviewer), but a love of paper and ink hasn’t stopped her from mastering the digital world as well: She’s had a blog pretty much since they existed, and she’s run social media for companies big and small. Carrie’s always ready to take on a new communication challenge, lecture us about the proper use of semicolons, or defend the fact that her Instagram account is filled with selfies.

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