About the Team

As an online Halloween retailer devoted to making shopping scary simple, Deja Boo is operated by frightening folks across New England and now around the world. Meet the founding Deja Boo Crew!  
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Mark Arvanigian

Founder & Fright Manager

Founder and President creating efficient and effective business operations with over 21 years of Halloween industry experience.
Mark has been responsible for bringing creepy concepts to life for over 20 years. As the founder of Morbid Industries and FrightCatalog.com, Mark provided oversight of product development and marketing initiatives, while managing business operations, overseeing warehouse logistics and executing purchasing responsibilities. Mark has developed numerous top products in the industry, and continues to conduct negotiations with licensors such as Bravado and Warner Brothers. When Mark isn't busy making shopping scary simple, he can be found in the Dairy Queen parking lot destroying a Blizzard, attending his son's football games, and touring legacy fans around the old Morbid Inc. offices. 
Favorite Halloween Movie: Silver Bullet
Favorite Halloween Candy: Snickers (Frozen, not Room Temp)
 

Alex Turgeon

Digital Director & Scare Manager

A creative lead streamlining e-commerce and brand marketing with over 10 years of digital strategy and customer experience.
A Worcester native now located in Washington, D.C., Alex has been the driving force of Deja Boo's rebrand, making shopping scary simple through a customer-centered approach to e-commerce product management and creative marketing. As the founder of First Pulse Consulting, Alex has supported both federal and commercial clients and has a proven track record of success in implementing strategic solutions through product management and data analysis. As a Customer Experience subject matter expert, Mr. Turgeon has worked with organizations such as Digital.gov to detail and present “Customer Experience & Continuous Improvement: The USPS Digital Approach”.
Outside of his work with the Deja Boo Crew, Alex aspires to be a semi-pro disc golfer and is an active alumni of Clark University.
Favorite Halloween Movie: The Last House on the Left
Favorite Halloween Candy: KitKat and Haribo Goldbears
 

Mitchell Gamache

Video Content Producer & Spooky Creative

Cinematographer and video editor based in Worcester, Massachusetts with over 10 years of video production experience.
Mitch has been responsible for all video content and design across the Deja Boo social media channels. After finishing up his Bachelor’s Degree in Film & Screen Studies at Clark University in 2017, Mitch served as Creative Director for a Sports & Fitness tech start-up, providing video, photography, graphic design, and content for online marketing campaigns. Today he’s a video technician by day, and a multimedia swiss army knife during his free time, working on anything from short films to commercial/product video and music videos.
When Mitch isn't busy looking through cameras or planning the newest fright, he can be found spending time with his girlfriend, taking in fresh air on a good hike, and playing video games. He drives a mean kart in Mario Kart, so watch out!
Favorite Horror Movie: The Shining
Favorite Halloween Candy: Reese’s Cups & Three Musketeers
 

 

Emilee Cocuzzo

Operations Manager & Wicked Logistics

A strategic and analytical project and operations manager with over 5+ years of experience.

Emilee is running the operational components of Deja Boo. From inventory to data management, Emilee ensures the product gets to the customer scary fast! In the past, she has worked in real estate, startups, retail, and nonprofits. Most recently, she has served federal clients, working in the strategy, data analytics & visualizations, and project management.

When Emilee isn’t running spooky spreadsheets, you can find her playing golf, rooting for her favorite women’s professional soccer teams, and relaxing on the coast of Maine.

Favorite Halloween Movie: Beetlejuice

Favorite Halloween Candy: Junior Mints (Straight from the Fridge)