We go big (as everyone here) for Halloween, with amazing decorations, toys, and king-sized candy bars. We are fantastic (of course) and have several ToTs every year, including some that come back year after year because they love our place so much. But in our neighborhood, we are down a darker street (no street lights) and families and kids stay on the main road through the place, which isn't far but our house isn't very viewable from that distance (about 3 houses). Every year my neighbors say that we need to put something at the end of the street to direct people to us, since they see first-hand how much work we put into it and how great it looks. This past one, my neighbor suggested a chainsaw guy - lol. What could we do to let families know not to just walk on by - the best stuff is just a short walk away! Is it tacky to put up a sign? It's been heart breaking to watch people go up and down the main street but never come and see us, especially since we have such amazing stuff to offer! I feel like getting a huge Beetlejuice-type neon sign with an arrow!