‘Virtual Quiz Fun-Raiser for your Local’ is a campaign developed by Full House Group to support Australia’s pubs and clubs during the 2020 shutdown.

Full House Group has been determined to assist, developing a “Fun-Raiser” to help venues generate revenue and engage with patrons during this difficult period.

How does it work?

  • To check out a video about the campaign click here.
  • XQUIZit Live conducts weekly Themed Trivia events like Simpsons, Harry Potter, Friends & Game of

    Thrones, and promotes the sale of $10 tickets to fans to attend.

  • The quiz is held via Zoom each Friday night commencing May 1 and players answer using their

    mobile phones.

  • The quiz contains six rounds of questions about the relevant theme.
  • Live scoreboards keep track of the players scores, and a winner is determined at the end.

Why become a ‘Fun-Raiser’?

  • Venues can become a ‘Fun-Raiser’ for free, and receive 50 per cent off all ticket sales sold through their membership database or social channels.
  • There are no costs for venues to participate in the program.
  • Helps venues stay in contact with patrons and members on a weekly basis.

How to become a ‘Fun-Raiser’

  • Venues interested in becoming a ‘Fun-Raiser’ need to go to https://xquizit.live/fun-raiser-info/ and register as a venue.
  • Venues will need to input their bank details so can they receive payments for the tickets they have sold

What happens next?

  • An XQUIZit Live team member will contact venues to provide;
    • A personalised link to sell tickets through stickytickets.com.au
    • Artwork to promote via social media channels.
    • Email content for venues to send out as an EDM to their database.
  • After the event is complete the funds are processed directly from stickytickets to the venues bank account

The campaign will continue to operate until venues around Australia re-open.

To find out more visit xquizit.live or contact your Full House Group representative.

Brydie Allen

Brydie Allen is the Editor of National Liquor News. She has been with Food and Beverage Media since 2019, when she joined the company as a journalist across National Liquor News, Bars & Clubs, The...

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