Mason Seeks Friend for Trick-or-Treating

Win a Chance to Trick-or-Treat with Mason

By Elliott Anderson | October 10, 2017 2:27 PM


COLUMBIA, SC - The candy is on the shelves which means Halloween is quickly approaching! Don't miss your chance to enjoy trick-or-treating with Mason! Fireflies Kids Club members who submit a picture of a Fireflies Jack-O-Lantern will have the chance to go door-to-door on Halloween with Columbia's most adored Firefly.


Not a Kids Club member? It's free to join and open to all kids 12 and younger.


Mason will join the winning youngster and his or her family and friends for a fun-filled hour of trick-or-treating on October 31. A template for a Fireflies Jack-O-Lantern can be found here. Pictures can be dropped off at Spirit Communications Park, mailed or emailed.


Send mail or deliver to:                                     Email:

Attn: Mason                                         

Spirit Communications Park

1640 Freed Street

Columbia, SC 29201


All submissions must be received by October 23 at 5:00 p.m. and Kids Club members must include their names and parent / guardian contact information with their pictures. Winners will be notified on October 26th.


Happy Halloween from Mason and the Fireflies!




About the Columbia Fireflies

The Columbia Fireflies are the South Atlantic League affiliate of the New York Mets. Winners of Ballpark Digest's Best New Branding and Logo Award in 2016, the Fireflies play games across the southeast and mid-Atlantic regions, including against in-state rivals in Charleston and Greenville. The team partnered with the city of Columbia and Hughes Development to construct Spirit Communications Park, a multi-use outdoor sports and entertainment venue at the center of the BullStreet development. The Columbia Fireflies are owned by Hardball Capital, owners of the Fort Wayne TinCaps of the Midwest League and the Chattanooga Lookouts of the Southern League. For more information, visit, or follow the Fireflies on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.


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