Inside Our Halloween Costume Potluck Party

Inside Our Halloween Costume Potluck Party

We take our potlucks pretty seriously at STAR 102.5. Add some costumes, and poof: Instant Halloween Costume Potluck Party.

I love watching everyone dress up…but, Halloween’s never been my cup of tea. Here’s a collection of the costumes seen wondering around STAR 102.5 today:

1. My Halloween Socks (c’mon…it’s the best I can do!)Socks

2. Doc Brown from “Back To The Future” (Cal Bierman)Dr. Brown

3. VU Meters (Luke Matthews)VU meter

4. A Chef in Hell’s Kitchen (Jeff Delvaux)Butcher

5. These guys dressed up as Dave Coulier from “Full House” and Colleen and Kurt. WAIT a minute…Dave Coulier

6. Cat (Laurie Brown)Cat

7. Zoo Keeper (Dan Abbuehl)Zookeeper

8. Dr. Who (Joe Jones)Dr. Who

9. The Interns (Shane, Ian, Brian)Interns

10. Black Friday Shopper (Teresa Carter) Black Friday

11. Cooper’s the bee, Heather the beekeeper (Heather Burnside)Heather

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