A gita owner’s guide to Halloween

Your ultimate trick-or-treating sidekick

With Halloween right around the corner, we’re rounding up our favorite ways to make gita the star of your holiday festivities. Whether you’re in need of a last minute costume, a souped up candy caddy, or a stunt that will spook the neighbors, we’ve got you covered.

Pick your Halloween superlative, and plan accordingly:

Most likely to steal the show: The ladybug

Deck your Signal Red gita out with homemade spots and a set of wings. You’re guaranteed to get extra candy for this adorable costume. 

Lady Bug

Most creative: The book fairy

Decorate gita’s lid with pages from books or magazines. Fill the bin with used books to hand out instead of candy—the parents in your neighborhood will thank you. 

Book Fairy square

The talk of the town: A gita monster

Pop open the lid to gita’s bin, add eyes, teeth, and inflatable arms, and you have a memorable way to hand out candy to trick-or-treaters.

gita Monster

Most likely to not get a cavity: An apple 

The reminder you didn’t know you needed to balance out the inevitable candy overload with a healthy snack.  

gita tip: Leave the pillow case at home and use gita’s bin to collect candy as you travel house to house.

Applegita

Most team spirit: Atlanta Brave’s fan

Dress gita up as your favorite World Series contender for a costume that’s sure to get a lot of cheers.

Atlanta Braves Fan

Most likely to inspire a vacation: The hula dancer

Just add a grass skirt, a pineapple, and a few leis, and gita is ready for a tropical destination. 

Hula

Most likely to get the whole family involved: Hocus Pocus

Dress up as your favorite Sanderson sister and fill gita’s bin with nods to the Halloween classic. 

gita tip: Stream the Hocus Pocus soundtrack through gita’s Bluetooth® speaker to bring your costume to a new level.

Hocus Pocus2

Most likely to show you the way: The Mandalorian

Just add Baby Yoda and let gita do the following. 

Mandalorian2