Target and country star Brett Eldredge teamed up for a Halloween surprise

Brett Eldredge surprised families on Halloween, welcoming them into a winter wonderland.
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Target and country music star Brett Eldredge teamed up on Halloween to simultaneously surprise families and promote his new Christmas album, Glow.

Billboard says Target invited 10 families to a special event. However, the guests did not know what they were getting into when they rang the doorbell of a Nashville-area house covered in Halloween decorations.

Much to their surprise, they were greeted by Eldredge who welcomed them inside to a "winter wonderland" complete with ice skaters, Christmas trees and real snow.

Billboard has the full story, which you can read here.

Target is exclusively offering a special version of the album that has three bonus tracks. You can check that out here.

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