Boo! L’Entrepot de Halloween pops up for Halloween

April 19, 2018

While we are still waiting for spring, L’Entrepot de Halloween is already looking ahead to fall, as it seeks pop-up locations in the lead up to its busy Halloween season.
Dubbed “Montreal’s best costume store,” L’Entrepot de Halloween plans to open two pop up stores in the city to handle high demand in the lead up to Halloween.  
Founded 27 years ago by Steve Schneider, the concept sells all things Halloween, from a wide-range of quality costumes to seasonal home décor and treats. The company takes pride in its strong reputation for offering great customer service, and great value to clients. It’s a destination retailer and people return year after year for inspiration and the latest trends.
Ideally pop-up stores will operate for about six weeks in the lead up to Halloween and an August 15 possession is optimal. L’Entrepot de Halloween can work with a range of sizes, from 2,500 to 5,000 sq. ft. They will consider both high streets and super regional malls.
This is a fabulous tenant guaranteed to generate major traffic during the lull between the back-so-school and holiday shopping seasons.
Studies show Canadians love to spend on Halloween and numbers continue to increase year after year. Data shows Canadians spend more than $400 million on the season, even outdoing our American counterparts in terms of per capita spending. It’s second only to Christmas in terms of holiday spending. A 2016 RetailMeNot survey showed average purchases:$52 for costumes$43 for decorations$42 for candy.
Think Retail is thrilled to work with L’Entrepot de Halloween on its seasonal pop-up strategy. For more about this innovative Montreal company, visit or contact the Think Retail team.