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"As mothers and founders, Haughey and Roney’s perspective has also helped the company build and market its product. "
"For one thing, this year we’ll market our chute to let people know where to find it — using a crowdsourced map like the one Melinda McClure Haughey of Columbia City created last year charting COVID-compliant Halloween sites from homes to pumpkin patches. Haughey says 2,300 houses signed up to participate last year."
"It started as the South Seattle Trick-or-Treat map, and people all over the city kept adding their homes, so she dropped the "South." ... It marks places doing serve yourself treats, distanced delivery via a candy chute, and even places handing out candy old-school style from front porches - masks required, of course."
"Proxi is a free, no-code tool for making custom, interactive maps that can be embedded into social media accounts, websites and apps."