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Saturday, June 07, 2008

Celebrate the 4th of July with Uncle Sam, Statue of Liberty, George Washington, and Patriotic Costumes

Costumes for the Fourth of July

Annies Costumes features an assortment of costumes for the holiday including Betsy Ross costumes, Colonial costumes and fun hats and accessories

Dania Beach, FL (PRWEB) June 10, 2008 -- Fireworks, food and fun aren't the only things to look forward to on the Fourth of July. Fun patriotic costumes and decorations, including campy Uncle Sam and Statue of Liberty Costumes, George Washington costumes, Betsy Ross costumes and colonial costumes, are a must-have for any Independence Day picnic or pageant.

Annie's Costumes, the premier online costume retailer since 1996, has a variety of July 4-themed costumes and decorations available, including All American Costumes - from Uncle Sam to the Patriotic Lady; American History Heroes - including president from George Washington to Nixon and historical character costumes; and fun July 4 party accessories such as beads, hats, masks and more.

Uncle Sam BBQing in Costume

And, who wouldn't want Uncle Sam as the grill master at the family BBQ? Dressing as Uncle Sam can make the family BBQ or picnic so much more fun and flavorful.

"Anyone can kick their July 4 party up a notch with themed costumes and accessories," said Shari McConahay, marketing director for Annie's Costumes. "Kids and adults have a blast dressing up as famous presidents - from our George Washington costumes to our masks of Kennedy and Clinton. And, don't forget Uncle Sam!" she added.

Summer camps and daycares putting on July 4th pageants also need to look no further than Annie's Costumes for all their production needs. Annie's carries a full line of stage and theater makeup as well as outfits from traditional colonial and Betsy Ross costumes, to Uncle Sam and Statue of Liberty costumes, flags, hats and accessories for a modern-day celebration.

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