1. Friends going to Trivia Night

    Trivia Event Incentives to Drive Participation

    If you want to increase engagement at your bar or club, hosting trivia nights can be a good way to go about it. On the other hand, if you’re already hosting trivia nights but want to increase engagement, the following four tips might prove helpful.  Offer Price Incentive It might sound like the oldest trick in the book, which it is, but it’s still in the book for a reason. Discounts work. Thi…Read More

  2. Make Employees Smarter with Trivia Nights at the Workplace

    Speed up Slow Nights by Introducing Trivia to Your Workplace and Make Employees Smarter

    Your restaurant or bar is open, you’re pantry is full, and your waiters are ready to serve. But where are the customers? Although you’d like to see your venue full and bustling, slow Mondays are a common sight for owners. However, it’s time to think outside the box and attract a new audience. With ‘work from anywhere’ trending, why not introduce trivia to businesses and make employees sm…Read More

  3. Playing Trivia Games at a Bar as a Leisure Activity

    Drink as You Think: Make Trivia Pubs Your Go-To Leisure Place

    The holidays are just around the corner. The nights are getting longer, and New Year’s resolution is in full swing. Paranoia and anxiety are at an all-time high due to COVID. In this environment, Americans want to improve their overall health and their overall lives.  It’s well known that outdoor recreation lends itself both physical and mental benefits. So, why not make trivia pubs your go-t…Read More