Acclaimed Photography offers free Halloween photos

Halloween is near, and to add a bit of treat to the tricks of this holiday, Acclaimed Photography is offering free professional Halloween photos.

  • Wednesday, October 29, 2008 3:36pm
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Halloween is near, and to add a bit of treat to the tricks of this holiday, Acclaimed Photography is offering free professional Halloween photos.

Come in costume to the Acclaimed Photography studio in Bothell from 3-8 p.m. Oct. 31 to have your picture taken in a harvest-themed backdrop. No appointment necessary.

Acclaimed Photography is located at 22625 Ninth Ave. S.E.

For information, call (206) 228-2242 or e-mail acclaimedphoto@hotmail.com.

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