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9845 Bankside Drive, Suite 1100,
Roswell, GA 30076
Phone: (770) 664-0648 2master@quizmaster.com

 


 

QuizMaster FAQ's

Frequently Asked Questions About
GENERAL GAME SHOW SUBJECTS

  1. Why is a Quiz competition such an effective format for a business meeting?
  2. What kinds of companies have used QuizMaster to produce their programs?
  3. What size groups can benefit from a QuizMaster show?
  4. In what kinds of show rooms has QuizMaster worked?
  5. In what special or unusual venues has QuizMaster worked?
  6. How do your TV-style quiz shows work?
  7. How can we be sure our show will be well managed?
  8. How do you keep the audience involved in the competition?
     

 

1

Why is a Quiz competition such an effective format for a business meeting?

Each QuizMaster competition creates a team-oriented, high energy event.  It encourages interest, attention, and participation, but still focuses on relevant business.  The non-threatening nature of a quiz competition also creates a tremendous amount of esprit and enthusiasm.  Participants compete on an equal basis in friendly competition with their peers.  In addition, our quiz shows are fun, and it's been proven that we learn and retain more from enjoyable experiences.  Our clients get great results from their meetings –so everyone will be a winner!

2

What kinds of companies have used QuizMaster to produce their programs?

QuizMaster’s shows have proven to be adaptable to any type of group.   We have worked with companies selling all kinds of products and services: from industrial robots and nuclear medicine to pharmaceuticals; from garage doors and hospital beds to turbines and power plants; from sports equipment to computers.  We have also worked with clients in many diverse fields: banking, real estate, foods, electronics, insurance, franchises, hardware, medicine and consumer products – just to name a few.  We have produced shows for companies, associations, conventions, trade shows, product launches, fundraisers, academic competitions and special events for high-tech, low-tech and just about everything in between.  Every show was different, but each one was a bona fide meeting highlight. 

3.

What size groups can benefit from a QuizMaster show?

Any size group can benefit from a QuizMaster game show.  Most of our shows involve between 100 and 800 people, but we have done full shows for as few as 17 people (a group of international corporate directors) and as many as 9,000 (“Jeop-NERD-y” for a major software and technology company).

 

4

In what kinds of show rooms has QuizMaster worked?

Most often we are asked to stage our shows in a hotel or convention center ballroom or a large meeting room.  Very often our clients book their meetings and group events at major hotels and resorts.  However, in the years since our first show in 1979, QuizMaster has worked in virtually every type of venue you can imagine: convention and conference centers, exhibit halls, stadiums, arenas, theaters, gymnasiums, showrooms in Las Vegas, college amphitheaters, and many, many other unusual places.  Just tell us where we need to be and when.  Our experienced operations staff will take it from there.

 

5

In what special or unusual venues has QuizMaster worked?

Some of the more unusual places in which QuizMaster has worked have been: a tent in the vineyard at Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery; a beach on Sanibel Island; a country club near Atlanta; restaurants; a corporate mansion in Palm Beach; a cafeteria at corporation headquarters, the 50 yard line of the Hoosier Dome; a major disco in New York City; and an aquarium at Sea World -- amongst others.  We can truly produce a top-quality show in any venue. 

 

6

How do your TV-style quiz shows work?

As an example, let's take a look at one of our most popular games, "Bonus Board Challenge".  The meeting room is divided into color-coded team sections.  The stage area is set up to look like a network TV game show, with a colorful set, marquee lights, applause sign, game graphics, contestant consoles, electronic scoreboards -- the works.  Two to five players are then chosen at random from each team to become on-stage contestants.  Several times during the game, after answering questions for a preset period and earning points for their team, new panelists are chosen. As a result, more attendees get a chance to compete directly -- and the show keeps moving at a fast pace.  Every minute of the game show is packed with high energy and enthusiasm.  The show provides both friendly competition and a continuous focus on the business.  Regardless of their age, position, or experience level, everyone will feel good about the outcome.

 

7

How can we be sure our show will be well managed?

 

Everyone involved in a QuizMaster show has been well trained to provide the best possible game show experience for our clients.  We have more than twenty years of experience presenting game shows for some of the most well-known and demanding organizations in the world.  Please check our Partial Client List  section to see some of the “good company” with whom your group will be a part. 

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How do you keep the audience involved in the competition?

 

During a typical show, several multi-player panels of contestants may be invited to the stage to compete -- as they get cheered on by their teams.  Usually no one knows who is going to be chosen next.  Inevitably, just as you do in your own living room, audience members always try to be faster than and “out guess” their teammates on stage.  It is really amazing to see an entire room of people all focused toward answering a single question.  Remember, each show is “fun”, but it provides business “gains”, too.  Everyone will get involved – and stay involved!

                         

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