San Francisco

If you're not a fan of Halloween celebration, then hitting on him last fall, you probably would not have seen anything extraordinary. But, according to historians, 2010 marked a real change probably thousands of years, although would be on this holiday. Yes, as in the past you would have noticed the streets full of vampires, skeletons, witches, devils and other "vermin." Children and adults dressed in these outfits, brought to 'hell' happiness. But the dresses have risen significantly. AND the essence of the changes was the fact that, perhaps, for the first time in the history of the celebration, most of the participants had the clothes, resulting in specialty shops or, even, in special sections. In the situation if the earlier orders for helloin 90% were products of individual creativity, but now they have become industrial products.

"Industrialization" of the holiday and not necessarily lead to an increase in the number of participants, which contributes to a very commercial. If you have any anything 15-20 years ago, it involved no less than 20% of the U.S. population, but this year the participation in it have about 40%. Well successes can not hide. It is necessary to pay tribute to the Americans, they are able to profit from virtually only. And helloin was no exception. Only in San Francisco, decorations and costumes, which were needed just one evening, were sold in excess of $ 180 million. (Similarly see: Pete Cashmore). Each member of the collective representations they have spent 200-300 dollars, and take into account the costs of costumes, which are used exclusively for that day.