American adults spent $512.1 million on adult Halloween costumes in 2011, according to Crain's Chicago Business. That's $100 million more than was spent on child costumes last year.
Homewood households spent $42,140 on costumes compared to Flossmoor's $29,906.00. That breaks down to $2.17 per capita for Homewood and $3.15 for Flossmoor. Number-wise, Flossmoor adults are 1.45 times more into the Halloween spirit (materially, at least) than Homewood. In the event you feel guilty spending money on Halloween costumes, consider Barrington, where a population of $10,371 spends $231,836, or $22.35 per capita.
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