One of the hardest things about being a business owner is letting go of relationships that no longer fall in line with your day-to-day production.
In this particular example, we are talking about parting ways with your current Trivia host. While this can be a daunting task, there are some best practices you can take to ensure a smooth transition.
Anyone can write a Trivia question. “Who was the first president of the United States of America?” Boom, done.
The real challenge is writing a great question. That’s where our team of expert writers comes in. Here is their checklist for writing the best Trivia questions for adults.
If you’re looking a complete list of questions skip to the end where we’ve included a set of 50 trivia questions that cover a variety of themes.
As the warmer weather makes its appearance, it’s time to freshen things up. No, we’re not talking about cleaning your room – we’re talking about decluttering your business operations. Here are a few good places to start before the warmer months arrive:
We’ve gone through enough Theme Weeks by now to know that they work. Themed Trivia nights entice existing players with a fresh departure from the norm and get new players in to see what all the hype is about. While this sounds just fine and dandy, there’s more to it than just signing up for a theme night. We’ve given you the tools, now it’s time for you to maximize your profit.
It’s March and that means many people are thinking about beer, maybe even of the green variety. What I mean to say is that St. Patrick’s Day is approaching. While it’s well known that many people, Irish or not, love celebrating this veridian holiday, it’s not enough to rely on popularity alone. Instead, take advantage of that popularity in promoting your bar this month.
Trivia Nights are great, you know that. They bring people in and transform your slowest night into your busiest night. You might be thinking Okay, and? Well, this phenomenon only happens at its full potential when the right tactics are taken. In other words, by not taking some, or any, of these actions, you are risking your Trivia Night not reaching its full potential.
Summer is gone and fall is in full swing. With the cooler weather, that means you’re running out of time to advertise your patio and outdoor space. As temperatures dip, especially closer to winter, people are going to turn their focus indoors. You want to make sure that your venue is enticing enough inside that they’ll want to brave the chill to spend it with you.
Let’s say you’re playing Trivia at the bar with your friends. The host reads the question, or maybe even just the category, and you instantly think, “Well, I’ll never get