2 October, 2022

Tea Tree Plaza puts out Halloween decorations

DAN SCHMIDT

Getting into the spooky spirit of things, Modbury’s fourth best shopping centre has donned a festive witches hat to celebrate Halloween.

Tea Tree Plaza spokeseperson Wes Field stated this throwback to when the Plaza permanently displayed the iconic roof cone aims to remind shoppers of the Plaza’s hey-day.

‘Just reminiscing about the 80’s’, stated Wes ‘back when shoppers were wearing tight shorts and we had the world at our feet’.

‘We’ve decided to put up a witches hat in an attempt to recreate some TTP nostalgia and also try and get some more shoppers in. Things haven’t been easy lately, remember how the place was riddled with COVID? Well we got rid of that, but now the place is riddled with dickhead teenagers and roof leaks’.

‘But hey,’ said Wes ‘While we’re on Halloween, there’s nothing scarier than the Plaza on a Thursday night’.

Going there is certainly no treat.

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