Pioneer Europe readies Halloween balloon range

Published on: 20th September 2019

In the Q4 period, the manufacturer of Qualatex balloons has introduced a new Halloween range for spooky celebrations.

The new Halloween balloon range from Pioneer boasts fun, quirky designs such as the 22” Single Bubble Balloon in Halloween Fun Font and the 18” foil striking contrasting Halloween Jack Faces design, both ideal for kids’ parties and Halloween events.

On-trend monochrome and rainbow styles are both incorporated into the Halloween Cupcake, complete with skull and bats. The 18” Halloween Sprinkles design is complemented by the simple yet striking black on white Bats latex options.

For fright nights, Jack Face Black and Gold foil options are ideal; the Golden Skeleton and the latex Jack Faces Assortment are available in the orange, black and gold colourway. Friendlier designs include the 33” Jack ‘N Ghost design with fun, stylised faces, and the Halloween Sparkly Dots foil balloons in classic white, black and orange.

Spooky sayings in orange and black designs include ‘I’m here for the Boos’ and ‘Trick or treat yo self’.

Julie Dommett, head of marketing, Pioneer Europe comments: “Halloween continues to grow in importance for all ages of UK consumers, so it’s essential for any party retailer to have an on-trend offering to suit every party from fun kids’ celebrations to scarier affairs. Our 2019 collection covers all eventualities and is sure to have the wow-factor in window displays and across all marketing materials.”


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