Titan Storage Solutions: Littlehampton firm haunted for Halloween
A Littlehampton firm’s website has been haunted by a ghost for a Halloween competition offering tickets to Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Phantom of the Opera as a prize and donations to a local foodbank.
Titan Storage Solutions is asking people to help find Gideon the Ghost from today at 12pm to Friday at 12pm.
Dan O’Sullivan, national manager, said: “It was important for us to combine the prizes with a charitable donation. We know how hard our local foodbanks work, especially through the colder months, so we wanted to make sure we included those we consider to be the pillars of our community.
“We wanted our followers to be able to enjoy some Halloween fun this year, which is why we thought of creating a ghostbusting experience on our website.
“We can’t wait to see how everyone gets involved – there are some great prizes involved that we’re excited to give away.”
Teasers on Facebook and Twitter will encourage followers to visit the website to find where Gideon is haunting. With a different location every day, there will be multiple opportunities to enter the competition throughout this week.
All entries will go into a draw and using a random number generator, Titan Storage Solutions will announce three winners on Friday, with the two London theatre tickets as first prize and an M&S Percy Pig Halloween hamper as second and third prize. Each winner will also be able to choose a foodbank to receive a £50 donation.
The first Titan store opened in Littlehampton in July 2012 and the company has expanded to a total of eight sites since, with Bracknell, Braintree and Leamington Spa opening in 2013, Solihull in March 2016, Woking in January 2017, and Poole and Sidcup in 2019.