Most restaurants and bars don’t have too much trouble drawing in a crowd on the weekends. However, those quiet Monday and Tuesday nights can be quite tricky. No matter how well your business does on Saturday, the difference between success and closing your doors could be found in how you appeal to your customers to come out and buy some food and drinks on those quiet weeknights. One very successful way restaurants and taverns have found to promote weekday business is to host a weekly trivia night. Trivia nights require very little advertising and can boost sales as well as bring in new customers. So, why not give it a try?

“ One of the great things about hosting trivia night is that it does not require too much planning. ”

• Wireless HD TVs

• PA system with wireless microphone

• MC to read questions and answers

• Multiple choice questions

• Questions and answers displayed on TVs

• Easy to keep score sheets

• Scorekeeper

• Two hours seven rounds of trivia fun



 

ADDRESSING THE NEEDS OF INDIVIDUAL RESTAURANTS AND TAVERNS THE SEED FOR SUCCESSFUL NIGHT

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As a pastime, trivia has long been part of Western culture. In the 1950s, it fueled the quiz shows of the early TV, until scandal disgraced the genre. In the 1970s it fostered the "pub quizzes" across England, which remains to this day. In 1982, it appeared in the form of Trivial Pursuit, possibly the last board game that will ever be a nations craze.