Temporary Halloween stores have begun popping up in markets around the country, including Whatcom County, Wash., where merchants are seeing consumers starting to shop for costumes and candy more than a month before the holiday. Consumers spent $6.8 billion on Halloween last year, up from $5.8 billion the year before, according to NRF data.
Halloween pop-up stores start creeping in
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