Spooky Car Repair
‘Tis the season for ghosts, ghouls, and skeletons. But nothing is scarier than being in a car crash. That’s why we want to brighten customers’ days by showing our festive side. Wear a costume on Halloween, Thursday Oct 31, and snap a picture with your coworkers. We’ll share the best photos in November’s newsletter.
Keep the costumes work-appropriate. Remember, we don’t want to *actually* scare our customers.
We can’t wait to see what you come up with! Stay spooky, ProCare!
ProCare Company Picnic Video
A big THANK YOU to everyone who came out to the company picnic this year! We had a blast and hope you did too. We had over 700 employees show up to enjoy the festivities and over 100 prizes.
If you missed (or couldn’t hear) the video at the Picnic, check it out above.
AGENTS: Take this quiz and win a Fall Festive prize basket!
Quiz: What character type are you in a horror movie?
Get in the Halloween spirit with this fun quiz, and enter to win MORE fall spirit. We’ll be giving away a Fall Festive Basket featuring seasonal scents, eats, decor and more. We’ll set up the cozy ambiance for your next scary movie.
Hot Dog Mummies
- 8 oz Pillsbury refrigerated baking dough sheet or crescent rolls
- 3 slices Muenster cheese (extra spooky)
- 10 Hot dogs or sausage of your choice
- Cooking spray
- Mustard and Ketchup to taste
- 5 Black olives
- Pre-heat oven to 375°F
- Open up the dough and cut into 4 rectangles (if using crescent rolls, smush the perforations together to get rid of them).
- With a knife or kitchen scissors, cut each rectangle lengthwise into 10 pieces. You should have 40 in all. Then, slice cheese into verticle quarters.
- Wrap 4 pieces of dough around each hot dog and 1/4 slice of cheese to look like bandages. About a half inch from the end of the hot dog, separate bandages to show its "face."
- On a large cookie sheet, place the wrapped hotdogs cheese-side down. Spray the dough lightly with cooking spray.
- Bake 13-17 minutes or until the dough is a light golden brown. Make the eyes by cutting circle shapes out of the remaining cheese with the end of a straw. Use the same method for the pupils with the olives (either use a smaller straw or cut the pupils a bit smaller). Stick the two together and place on the "face" of the hot dog. Add more features with mustard, if desired.
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