Sal Perisano, chairman and chief executive of iParty Corp., a Dedham, Mass.-based chain of 53 party-goods stores, said celebrity scandals help drive its Halloween business. Scandal is good for iParty,
which is starting to open 11 temporary Halloween stores, Perisano said. Some will be near big campuses like the University of Massachusetts and the University of New Hampshire because college kids
just to get their Sheen on.
Besides the celebrity masks of shame, there will be the usual scare fare, plus costumes from movies: "Captain America," "Green Lantern," and of course
"Star Wars" and "Harry Potter."
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