The wide spread observance of Halloween’s more social, festive and commercial aspects appears to be growing every year. American pop culture’s influence on an ever increasing worldwide audience is probably the biggest reason for the rise in popularity of the celebration amongst a new generation.
In New Zealand it is fairly rare to see any real Jack-o-lanterns around but trick or treating certainly seams to be getting bigger each October 31 and there has been a bit of buzz around the Jamorama office about how we could encourage kids to chew candy AND learn guitar.
Perhaps next year we will have to get some guitar shaped chocolate made up with special lesson codes on the wrappers, this year however we have sent some Halloween themed emails to our favorite subscribers with some tasty discounts on our guitar lessons. You can check out the discount your self here.
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