For information on price and availability:
David @ 818-416-2174
Pop Quiz Team Trivia”…
Team Trivia is designed to draw big crowds to a bar/restaurant on a designated night of the week. Through trivia, music, and the thrill of competition, we turn new and occasional customers into regulars at your bar on the designated night. It’s the ideal vehicle for transforming a slow night of the week into one of your busiest.
How it works…
The quiz master/disc jockey uses a complete DJ sound system. All we
need is a table in the corner and an outlet. We will pass out the game
materials (answer sheets, score sheets, pens) and explain the rules.
When a question is asked, the trivia teams (1-5 people) have until the
end of the song played to submit an answer sheet to the scorekeeper.
Often songs will correlate to the question, or the answer. When the
sheets are in, the host announces the correct answer, a murmur goes
through the crowd, and we move onto the next question.
The game consists of twenty questions, broken into four rounds,
with four score updates. The questions are in categories such as
geography, science, entertainment, history, movies, music, sports, etc.
Teams must bid points on their answers after the question has been
read. The teams with the most points at the end of the game win
the prizes. The level of competition is intense, and keeps people coming
back for more.
The business establishment is responsible for providing the prizes.
We recommend $30-50 for 1st, $20-25 for 2nd, and t-shirts or $10 for 3rd.
The prizes can be in the form of cash or gift certificates for your location.
Generally, all the prize money is used to settle the tab at the end of the game.
It helps greatly to promote the start date with flyers/table tents a
few weeks in advance. The crowd is developed gradually. Unless
there is advertising, we rely on flyers/table tents and word of
mouth to build a following. We will provide the flyers and give
the participants something to talk about. You should see business
double within eight weeks, the introductory period.
Thank you for your consideration.