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Chia Zombies Are Dead-in-Time for Halloween

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Chia Zombies Are Dead-in-Time for Halloween

13:13 EDT Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Meet Lifeless Lisa, Restless Arm, and Creepy Holden Holiday-themed Chia Pets

SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 24, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The dead are alive this Halloween ? Chia Zombies creep into stores and moan into markets across the country today announces San Francisco-based makers of the Chia Pet, Joseph Enterprises. The Company introduces Lifeless Lisa, Restless Arm, and Creepy Holden just in time for Halloween decorating and nationwide Zombie events. Each Chia Zombie includes:

  • Unique handmade pottery planter
  • Chia seeds for three plantings
  • Drip tray
  • Planting and Care information

Creating a Chia Zombie is easy, simply soak the decorative planter, moisten the Chia seeds then paint on and place in an area with good sunshine. Chia Zombies come to life in days, and reach full growth within two-three weeks. Start early and achieve the ultimate dead Chia ZOMBIE before the first Trick-or-Treaters knock on the door.

Chia Zombies retail for under $20 and are available nationally at retailers like Walgreens, Home Depot, CVS, Rite Aid, Amazon and other fine stores. 

Joseph Enterprises releases the Chia Zombies into a market moaning with events; nationwide Zombie walks and activities are taking place from today through Halloween. 

Additionally, Joseph Enterprises launches its Chia Zombie contest today giving fans the opportunity to share a scream or give a moan through the company's Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages. A winner drawn at random will receive all three Chia Zombies.

From the makers of the Ove Glove, Pogo Whisk, the Clapper and other products, Chia Zombies round out a line of self-contained chia gardens first introduced in 1981 by Joseph Enterprises. For more product, planting and care information, please visit Chia Pet.  

Media Contact: Stephanie Rach, It's All Good Media, Inc., 415-271-9603, stephanie@itsallgoodmediainc.com

News distributed by PR Newswire iReach: https://ireach.prnewswire.com

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