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Halloween Fun Pack Project Coordinator Jason Rhodes is available for interviews about the initiative with news agencies, blogs, podcasts websites and other media.

With more than 25 years of media and public relations experience, Jason has worked with editors and reporters from CBS News, CNN, USA Today, The Washington Post, Forbes, Fortune, TV Guide, National Public Radio and many other national, regional and local news outlets.

His past charitable efforts have included founding the national-award-winning Treat Street safe Halloween trick-or-treating block party in Salisbury, Maryland, which has served more than 15,000 community members since its inception in 2008, as well as an adaptive Easter egg hunt for children with disabilities, and an annual Read Across America program in connection with the Salisbury Jaycees and Wicomico County (Maryland) Public Library. He also has participated in regional efforts for the National Cancer Society, Casey Cares Foundation and The Nature Generation. He currently serves as president of the non-profit Salisbury Jaycees Foundation. (Note: The Halloween Fun Pack Project is an independent initiative, not affiliated with any of the above-mentioned organizations.)

Jason's Halloween-themed graphic design work, which will be a featured part of the Halloween Fun Pack Project, has been showcased nationally on MeTV's Svengoolie and incorporated into multiple non- and  not-for-profit campaigns. Samples of artwork from the project can be made available for media use.

To request an interview, or for more information, please email

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