Every neighborhood has one or two houses ghouls and goblins wouldn't dare miss on Halloween night. You know the ones: they go all out with scary-but-not-too-scary decorations, a generous supply of mouth-watering goodies, and a fun, festive vibe that welcomes trick-or-treaters young and old.

Nancy Ford’s house is one such destination. Her Atlanta home has achieved local legend status, thanks to a Halloween tradition she initiated years ago. It starts with spooky decorations that transform the Ford home into a go-to Halloween haunt and destination for tricks, treats and good times.

Ford, who has worked at The Coca-Cola Company for 23 years, is known for her enthusiasm and optimism in everything she does – including her roles as executive assistant to EVP and Chief Financial Officer Kathy Waller, loving mom and active member of the community. She brings this same passion to her family's annual Halloween celebration.

Instead of the usual candy and goodies, the true Coca-Cola Ambassador passes out Coke mini-cans and an assortment of other great Coca-Cola products, from glaceau vitaminwater to Core Power. The experience, and the response she gets from the neighbors who flock to her front porch, is magical.

“I would prefer to make the message less about me and more about holidays and the specialness that Coke products can bring to any holiday, not just Halloween,” she says. “Celebrating special times with family and friends is the heart and soul of Coca-Cola."