Power Ranger fans will be treated to a range of Halloween-themed activities including cast appearances, a trick-or-treat safety video and all-new Power Ranger costumes for both kids and adults.
On Sunday, the Power Rangers visited the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minn. Activities included meet-and-greets and photo opportunities with the Power Rangers, episode screenings, video game demos from Bandai Namco, a chance to win prizes and a make-your-own mask station.
Fans will also have the chance to attend two Power Rangers weekends at Nickelodeon Suites Resort in Orlando, Fla. Both weekends will offer fans a chance to “Train Like a Ranger” at a lunch where they can meet their favorite Ranger, partake in themed activities and crafts and catch a sneak peek screening of an all-new episode of “Power Rangers Super Megaforce.”
The first weekend, Oct. 17-19, will include
The Power Rangers will also be participating in Spirit Halloween’s annual Spirit of Children Week for the third year in a row by bringing the Halloween spirit to young patients at six hospitals across the country. During the visits, the Power Rangers Super Megaforce characters will take photos with the kids, demonstrate their super mega moves and work to empower the young patients to be superheroes in their own right.
In addition, the Power Rangers are involved in an informative but fun Halloween safety video, available for kids to watch before trick-or-treating. The video is now available on the Power Rangers YouTube page.
To cap off the month-long series of events, fans can morph into their favorite Power Ranger with Halloween costumes. Power Rangers Super Megaforce costumes for kids and toddlers and Mighty Morphin Power Rangers suits for adults are now available at Spirit Halloween stores in the U.S. and online. Spirit Halloween is also partnering with the Power Rangers to give away a trip for four to Nickelodeon Suites Resort in Orlando, Fla., for a Power Rangers weekend in February 2015.
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