Ooltewah mom determined to save Halloween with Trick or Treat “Candy Luge”

OOLTEWAH, Tenn (WDEF) – An Ooltewah mom is determined to save Halloween with a trick or treat home project.

With coronavirus still spreading all across the country, this holiday could become hard to celebrate this year. 

Halloween enthusiast and mother , Nikki Swager has created a 6 foot socially distant candy luge. 

Swagger says she wanted to find a creative and safe way for children to still go trick or treating this year.

“It’s a way that we can be six feet away and still trick or treat. This keeps kids from having to touch doorbells, have doors open and have that extra exposure. You can do this on the lawn, on the stairs or on concrete. It’s pretty versatile depending on how you make yours,” says Nikki Swager, Ooltewah Mom. 

Swager has a youtube page filled with videos about how to create the candy luge. 


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