2019 Trivia Smackdown - DMPL Foundation Fundraiser

Thank you to our sponsor:

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Trivia Smackdown Prizes provided by:
Panera Bread of Iowa

SO MUCH FUN YOU WON’T KNOW YOU’RE AT A FUNDRAISER

Attesting to the popularity of the event venue, the 2018 Trivia Smackdown is set for:
Friday, April 12, 2019
Backstage at Noce
1326 Walnut Street, 50309

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Thank you to Noce, the great cabaret/jazz club downtown for hosting this year’s event. It's going to fill up fast! Start now to build your crack teams for this year and dream up your winning Team Name. Register today!

Trivia Smackdown Overview and Rules

Team registration is $150 for teams of 2 to 6 players
Cash Bar - Light snacks provided
Register by contacting Dory Briles: dorybriles@dmplfoundation.org or 515.412.6402 or with the registration form below

WIN TEAM PRIZES!
Best Team Name
First Place Team
Worst Answer
Last Place Team
And BRAGGING RIGHTS!

WIN DOOR PRIZES!

The Trivia Smackdown is a fundraising event for the Des Moines Public Library Foundation. Supporters had such a good time at the past events, we had to do it again! One attendee said, “The best part of the DMPL Foundation’s Trivia Night was finding out that the rest of my team was brilliant!”

Marnie Strate, the popular and entertaining Trivia host, will once again challenge teams with her fascinating questions.

Friday, April 12, 2019 from 7:00 – 9:00 P.M.
Trivia Smackdown will consist of 8 rounds, 5 questions per round. There will be a 3 to 5 minute break for scoring and prize drawings between each round. There will be an intermission between rounds 4 and 5. The questions get progressively more difficult within each round. There will be links hinting at each previous question’s answer.

Cheats
Teams may purchase correct answers with a limit of three sets of cheats. Each set of cheats is $40. Each set is comprised of stickers numbered 1-5. The cheats can be used in any round. The cheats are stickers that can be applied to the answer cards. Cheats must be used for the order of the questions (questions are increasingly difficult). The numbers can be applied to questions of lesser value, for example, you can use a number 5 on any of the questions. You can only use a 1 on the first question, 2 on questions 1 and 2, 3 on questions 1-3, 4 on questions 1-4, and 5 on questions 1-5.

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