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RANCHO SANTA MARGARITA, CA, October 05, 2021 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Rancho Santa Margarita, CA-based FunWirks, one of the most diverse costume and party supplies company, unveiled its latest collection of 2021-22 costumes and party accessories. Company management staged the 80s outfits event at the company's warehouse location at Rancho Santa Margarita, CA, and live streamed it via Zoom to an invite-only audience.
Representative of the company, Dave James, welcomed the participants and highlighted the special importance of this year's event:
"As most of us try to put the stress and pressure of recent events behind us, we thought it would be a good idea to show everyone how easy it is to really spice things up and get everyone in a lighter mood. Our 80s womens outfits and corresponding mens costumes have been especially selected to do just that!"
The event included an hour-long virtual tour of the well-stocked warehouse, which showcased Halloween costumes, Office Party outfits and College homecoming event clothing and accessories. Highlighting the company's careful procurement methodology, Warehouse manager commented:
"As you can see from the racks and shelves here, we have carefully curated our selections to deliberately cater to any fun occasion, whether it's Halloween, House Parties, Block Parties or College events. Our theme was: "How do we make people feel great again!" There are womens 80s outfits, mens clothing, outfits for couples, plenty of accessories, and party décor for every event that you'd like to organize."
The floor was then opened to participants for a 30-minute Q&A session.
Responding to a question, via the moderated chat session, Dave James reminded everyone that, while organizing Halloween parties, and other social events and costume-themed get-togethers, safety must always be front and center:
"These are stressful times, and hosting a theme-party can help make things less stressful. Make sure you check out our huge selection of 80s outfits online – but always follow the rules of local health officials, building managers and community health professionals."
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