TESTIMONIALS

eventzeeNovember 16, 2016

Eventzee Exposure: 2016 Brilliant Summer Outing

In “Eventzee Exposure” we look at testimonials from happy clients who have hosted their own Scavenger Hunts. Our users’ experience is very important to us, so when things go off without a hitch we want to cheer about it. If you’d be interested in sharing your Eventzee experience please reach out to eventzee@munzee.com.

165981logoHost: Brilliant

Event: 2016 Brilliant Summer Outing

Event Breakdown and Testimonial:

Brilliant™ used the Eventzee app as part of the firm’s 2016 Summer Outing for its internal team members. 60 individuals participated in a Scavenger Hunt around the streets of downtown Chicago, Illinois. We used the app to outline various historical and popular Chicago attractions to take teams around the city in a great team-building and fun-filled event.

The participants were extremely engaged with the features of the app. Everyone loved sending in their photos and checking on the leaderboard to see who was in first place. Our end location was on the rooftop of the acclaimed Lyric Opera House, and it was exciting to see everyone race onto the rooftop in order to finish. Using the app was indeed the highlight of everyone’s day!

Without the easy-to-use functionality of the app, we would not have been able to pull off our event with such success. Everyone has been talking about our Scavenger Hunt experience—and will be for years to come.

Thank you for providing us with such a fun, easy and innovative tool for our Summer Outing.

– Laurie Canning, Marketing Director | Brilliant

Clue Examples:

  • South Loop- Clue 2- Photo – This building has had a lot of dark nights since the Dark Knight moved out.
  • Park- Clue 5- Photo – This garden will “LURE” you in…Stop and smell the roses… Bonus points await the botanist who finds the Eastern Redbud.
  • Museum District- Clue 2- Photo – You may not find Nemo or Dory here but you’re sure to have a Whale of a good time! See your captain for photo bonus point details
  • Park- Clue 3- Photo – Go to Chicago’s Front Yard to find our 16th President
  • River North- Clue 6- QR Code Quiz – You won’t be BLUE when you go through this door. This vault is filled with some SWEET riches.
  • FINAL CLUE- Loop- QR Code – It’s not over till the fat lady sings… Cheers to your team when you make it to this floor with a spectacular view.

Photo Examples:

To learn more about Brilliant check out http://www.brilliantfs.com/.

Now that you have some ideas about how to start your Eventzee scavenger hunt, go out and make it happen! If you’re interested in hosting an Eventzee event, sponsoring an official Eventzee photo hunt or just curious about what we can do reach out to us at eventzee@munzee.com.

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eventzeeOctober 11, 2016

Eventzee Exposure: Lone Star Bash

“Howdy, Y’all!”

The 3rd annual MHQ Bash successfully two-stepped all over the Dallas Metroplex this weekend! We had Munzee and Eventzee players from all over the world join us for a weekend of scavenger hunts and Texas stereotypes. Needless to say it was a blast and we can’t wait to have everyone back again next year!

Here’s a run down of the four Eventzee hunts we ran for the weekend:

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TX Weekend Hunt”

View The Weekend Gallery!

This Texas themed Scavenger Hunt was an exclusive event around the Dallas area to encourage Lone Star Bash attendees to check out some truly Texan topics in between all of the events!

Clue Examples: 
BBQ – Take a photo of a barbecue restaurant. Hutchin’s in McKinney is pretty good, but certain MHQ staff members might have more divisive suggestions!
Prickly Pear – Take a photo of a cactus or something cactus themed!
Boot Scootin’ Boogie – Creatively represent doing a line dance with friends.

TX State Fair Hunt:

View The State Fair Gallery!

Attendees joined MHQ at the TX State Fair to kick off Lone Star Bash in style! This photo scavenger hunt featured ten clues scattered about the fair grounds. Don’t worry, everybody got their fair share of fried foods and carnival games!

Clue Examples: 
Friendly Ferris – Ride to the top of the Ferris Wheel and take a photo.
Tall Texan – Position your camera and take a photo next to the Big tex statue.
Fried Food Frenzy – The TX State Fair is notable for it’s less-than-dietary delicacies. Take a photo of 3 or more Fair fried foods together.

TX Activity Hunt:

View The Activity Gallery!

From Unicorn Racing to two-stepping, this hunt had players completing TX-themed activities with a Munzee twist! There were 10 activity stations where players had to take a photo and complete and activity before they could advance to the next stop.

Clue Examples: 
Unicorn Races – Find the activity station on the map. It’s near the parking lot. When you get there saddle up a Unicorn and hit the tracks. This one’s gonna be a photo finish!
Six Flags of Texas – Find the activity station on the map. It’s in the middle of the baseball fields. When you do the activity! 6 countries have had sovereignty over Texas in history. Choose the correct six flags and place them in the wooden Texas shape. Take a photo when you have the correct six!
Kickoff- Photo – ARE YOU READY FOR SOME FOOTBALL?! Find the activity station on the map. It’s next to a light pole. When you get there line up the ball and kick a field goal. Be sure to take a photo!


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View The Tupps Night Gallery!

After a busy couple days everyone took a break Saturday evening at Tupps Brewery in McKinney, TX. There were five clues scattered about the event including posing with MHQ staff members for a couple photos- and maybe a couple drinks as well.

Clue Examples: 
Drinking Buddies – Take a photo with a member of MHQ staff.
Logo Logistics – Take a photo next to the Tupps Brewery logo.
Metalworking – Take a photo of a unique piece of metal art at Tupps Brewery.

Now that you have some ideas about how to start your Eventzee scavenger hunt, go out and make it happen! If you’re interested in hosting an Eventzee event, sponsoring an official Eventzee photo hunt or just curious about what we can do reach out to us at eventzee@munzee.com.

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eventzeeOctober 3, 2016

Announcing the NEW Eventzee website!

We’re proud to announce the new and improved Eventzee website! Since Eventzee’s creation nearly two years ago we’ve been so busy we haven’t had a chance to update the website at all. Our game and what our services offer has changed so much and now we finally have something to better explain how to take your event to the next level using Eventzee. Thank you to our wonderfully talented Front End Developer/Designer Judy Nguyen for the awesome work! Including in the new site are programs that are perfect for Eventzee, packages to fit your event needs, an updated event photo gallery, and much more!

See some great examples below and be sure to visit https://www.eventzeeapp.com/!

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The new Eventzee home screen gives a basic run down of how our mobile scavenger hunt services work.

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Individual program pages give you an idea of how Eventzee can be best used for you!

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Our packages break down some of the options to consider before we can get you an estimate.

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The new event galleries also make it easier to share and download photos, and and set up a slideshow!

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eventzeeSeptember 21, 2016

Eventzee Exposure: VenturingFest by Boy Scouts of America

In “Eventzee Exposure” we look at testimonials from happy clients who have hosted their own Scavenger Hunts. Our users’ experience is very important to us, so when things go off without a hitch we want to cheer about it. If you’d be interested in sharing your Eventzee experience please reach out to eventzee@munzee.com.

venturingfest-logo-final-1Host: Boy Scouts of America

Event: National Venturing Event – VenturingFest

Event Breakdown and Testimonial:

The Boy Scouts of America’s Venturing program used Eventzee at the Summit Bechtel Reserve in West Virginia for our first ever National Venturing Event-Venturing Fest.

We wanted a way for our participants to be able to explore the Summit and interact with other participants and Summit staff members. A scavenger hunt was a great way for our participants to get out and explore the site as they looked for clues. We thought an electronic scavenger hunt would better meet the needs of our population, since most of our participants have smartphones and they are easy to carry around and would not get lost like a piece of paper. Our event was 6 days and our scavenger hunt lasted 5 days so we could announce the winner on the last night during our closing show.

Our participants LOVED the Eventzee Scavenger Hunt. We even had adult leaders join the fun and participate, too. This was our most popular event, with over 300 participants actively playing along. Throughout the week, countless youth and adults commented to our Venturing Fest staff about how much they loved the scavenger hunt and how much fun they were having. They equally liked the ability to explore the Summit and get to meet new people along the way, since some of our clues required participants to meet other participants and Summit staff members.

The app benefited our event in so many ways. First, it encouraged our participants to get out and explore the Summit. Many of them had never been there before, so this was a great way for them to see the different program areas. Secondly, this event encouraged interaction between our participants because they were working on clues together. This also gave our participants something to do in the evening when our program areas were closed, but, most of our participants were working on their scavenger hunt during all waking hours of the event. The scavenger hunt added another level of fun and interaction to our event, which was loved by all of our participants!

– Jessica (Ayala) Janscha | Venturing & STEM Nova Specialist @ BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA | Pilots & Program Development Department

Clue Examples:

  • Zipline – Take a photo of somebody else on the Big Zip
  • Woodbage – Take a photo with somebody wearing a Woodbadge critter patrol patch
  • State – Take a photo with a Crew from another State
  • Rain gear – Take a photo of your Crew with their rain gear on!
  • Human Knot – Have somebody take a photo of your Crew playing Human Knot
  • Biking – Hopefully, you have given this sport a shot before you take it to a HIGH extreme.
  • Advisors – Advisors are always crazy! Catch your advisor doing something goofy.

Photo Examples:

To learn more about Boy Scouts of America check out http://www.scouting.org/.

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Now that you have some ideas about how to start your Eventzee scavenger hunt, go out and make it happen! If you’re interested in hosting an Eventzee event, sponsoring an official Eventzee photo hunt or just curious about what we can do reach out to us at eventzee@munzee.com.

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eventzeeAugust 31, 2016

Eventzee Exposure: Something Inked Promo Seminar

In “Eventzee Exposure” we look at testimonials from happy clients who have hosted their own Scavenger Hunts. Our users’ experience is very important to us, so when things go off without a hitch we want to cheer about it. If you’d be interested in sharing your Eventzee experience please reach out to eventzee@munzee.com.

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Event: SomethingInked Promo Seminar

Event Breakdown and Testimonial:

SomethingInked hosted their 5th Annual Promotional Products Seminar in Las Vegas and incorporated an Eventzee Scavenger Hunt for the first time this year. Centering around a conferencewide Summer Camp theme, the scavenger hunt encouraged players to interact with “bunkmates” as well as vendors and sponsors.

“Our attendees had a blast! It encouraged everyone to go to each booth and mingle more than they would have without the scavenger hunt. And, since it was heavily photo based, we have come away with a lot of great images of products and customers using products that we can use for marketing pieces throughout the year.

We also used it as a tool to find the most popular products from the trade show and to get people engaged with our social media platforms. Overall it was a really fun addition to the event and if we don’t do it again next year I’m sure we will have some complaints!

-Amanda Wallace, Website and Graphic Designer- SomethingInked

Clue Examples:

  • Sleepaway- Find someone “sleeping” somewhere they probably shouldn’t be.
  • Tepee- Take a photo in a tepee made of giveaways
  • Photo BombeD- Photo bomb D, he won’t know what that means so keep it a secret!
  • Lip Sync Battle @ Vinyl- Take part in the lip sync battle at the Welcome Party
  • Extreme Camp Activities- Snap a photo on a Zip Line or Rock Wall.
  • Cabin Mixer- Dance with someone from a different cabin! :-O
  • OrigAudio Booth – Wrapsody Headphones- We aren’t at the Olympics, but you can go for GOLD with these headphones and their packaging.

Photo Examples:

To learn more about SomethingInked check out http://somethinginked.com/.

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Now that you have some ideas about how to start your Eventzee scavenger hunt, go out and make it happen! If you’re interested in hosting an Eventzee event, sponsoring an official Eventzee photo hunt or just curious about what we can do reach out to us at eventzee@munzee.com.

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eventzeeApril 1, 2016

Eventzee Exposure: Reidsville Christian Church

In “Eventzee Exposure” we look at testimonials from happy clients who have hosted their own Scavenger Hunts. Our users’ experience is very important to us, so when things go off without a hitch we want to cheer about it. If you’d be interested in sharing your Eventzee experience please reach out to eventzee@munzee.com.

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Host: Reidsville Christian Church

Event: Summer Quest

Event Breakdown and Testimonial:

Our original plan was to enhance a 2015 summer teaching series about discovering the different attributes of God with another GPS game for our families. However, two days into the first Eventzee hunt in January, 2015, it was evident that Eventzee would have a greater impact on our church’s families for creating both excitement and participation. We held four week-long events centered around the past week’s teaching topic, with different game variations each week. Week 1 was a standard hunt based on God’s creative power. In Week 2 (God’s love) we added bonus points for creativity as well as the first photos submitted for each clue.  Week 3 (God’s holiness) was a church competition depending on which side of the auditorium you usually sat – left or right. With Week 4 (God’s All-Knowing nature), we played with the standard Eventzee format based on time.

“Having played Eventzee myself, I knew how much fun the scavenger hunts could be, but I was completely blown away by quickly many of our church family got excited. During the four weeks there were over a hundred individuals and families who signed up to play. On the weeks when bonus points were awarded for the first photos on each clue, there was a mad rush at 6 AM by many to be the first! On one particular Sunday afternoon, I approved over 250 photos within the first thirty minutes of their release. During this time, someone called me the Puppet Master saying that I all I had to do was send out a short text message, and people started running!

For us as staff, however, the best parts of the hunts were watching our church family interact with other members who they might not have previously known, seeing fringe people get involved, and witnessing individual families spending memorable time with each other. As one individual said, “I have photos that I will cherish for the rest of my life that I never would have had without these hunts.”

The software was easy to use and the Eventzee Team was even better! Each week they answered my questions and did everything possible to make our hunts a success. They gave great insight and advice while letting us tailor the hunts to best fit our situation. We enjoyed the experience so much that we immediately purchased a year’s subscription. While we have used it to this point with smaller groups, we look forward to another big month of Eventzee this summer with our church family!”

Shannon Newsome, Senior Minister, Reidsville Christian Church

Clue Examples:

  • Baby, it’s Hot Outside! – Take a pic of an outdoor thermometer (not a car) registering the actual temperature.
  • Magazine Gospel – Spell out the phrase “John 3:16” using only cut-out letters from a magazine or newspaper, and the letters can only be red.
  • Red and White Gingham – Whether alone or with friends, enjoy a picnic outdoors, with REAL food. (no computer pictures / live pictures only)
  • Dirt Dexterity – Build a sand castle or a mud pie, depending on your weather and/or location. (no computer pictures / live pictures only)
  • He’s Got the Whole World… – Show a pic of you holding a globe (25 pts). Earn bonus points for every additional globe and/or map in your (ONE PERSON) hands or arms (up to 5 extra, 5 pts each, max 25 add pts). To get all 50 points you need at least 1 globe and another 5 globes/maps. Make sure each map and/or globe is clearly visible.
  • On the Seventh Day… – Show us your best “resting” pose.

Photo Examples:

Now that you have some ideas about how to start your Eventzee scavenger hunt, go out and make it happen! If you’re interested in hosting an Eventzee event, sponsoring an official Eventzee photo hunt or just curious about what we can do reach out to us at eventzee@munzee.com.

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eventzeeMarch 25, 2016

Eventzee Exposure: T6 Conference

In “Eventzee Exposure” we look at testimonials from happy clients who have hosted their own Scavenger Hunts. Our users’ experience is very important to us, so when things go off without a hitch we want to cheer about it. If you’d be interested in sharing your Eventzee experience please reach out to eventzee@munzee.com.

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Event: T6 Conference

Event Breakdown:

For the past few years, the North Coastal Consortium for Special Education has sponsored a free 2-day Summer Institute called Totally Terrific Teaching Techniques & Technology Tools (T6).  They reached out to Eventzee with the hopes of attracting more participants as well as to increase the level of participation through use of mobile tech. Using strategically played QR code clues, the event drove player traffic to various areas of the conference and encouraged interaction.

Testimonial:

“It was a total success! The scavenger hunt coupled with the chance to win prizes created an enjoyable experience for our participants.  They had a wonderful time and enjoyed using the leaderboard feature so that they could see where they stood at any time.  The way that the Eventzee admin portal is set up, made it really easy for the facilitators.  We were able to turn the game on/off at any time so that the participants would make it to their sessions on time.

Being that this was a technology conference, we got a little creative on how to share the instructions for the scavenger hunt. Check it out!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZY0wq56T0k8&feature=youtu.be”

– Denise Hernandez, Assistive Technology Program Specialist
North Coastal Consortium for Special Education (NCCSE)

QR Code Clue Description Examples:

  • You may need a magnifying lens to find me on the back of a T6 helper’s shirt.
  • I’m in the middle of two flights.
  • Take a trip to the second floor, look for a “Strategic Plan”.
  • Thanks, I will take your paper or plastic please.
  • I saw the sign…I opened up my eyes and saw the sign….outside a classroom
  • Well… I’m in the hall, I’m about 4 feet tall, I have 3 sides, and I provide information!

To learn more about NCCSE check out http://nccse.org/.

Now that you have some ideas about how to start your Eventzee scavenger hunt, go out and make it happen! If you’re interested in hosting an Eventzee event, sponsoring an official Eventzee photo hunt or just curious about what we can do reach out to us at eventzee@munzee.com.

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eventzeeMarch 18, 2016

Eventzee Exposure: Troy Titans Football Club

In “Eventzee Exposure” we look at testimonials from happy clients who have hosted their own Scavenger Hunts. Our users’ experience is very important to us, so when things go off without a hitch we want to cheer about it. If you’d be interested in sharing your Eventzee experience please reach out to eventzee@munzee.com.

Host: Troy Titans Football Club

Location: Troy, IL

Event Breakdown:

The Troy Titans football club used Eventzee for their annual fundraising scavenger hunt, turning away from traditional pencil and paper hunts. They directed teams of participants to different areas of town to participate in crazy tasks. Each team was given an inflatable “buddy” they had to include in their photos.

Testimonial:

We used Eventzee for our annual Scavenger Hunt. As the coordinator, it saved me so much time in kicking off our event. As far as all of our volunteers, it saved us a ton of time at the end of our event. In the past we have had a roomful of people checking in with their scavenger hunt items – taking time and space. Using an app completely streamlined our process and helped me keep my sanity.

Our participants loved it! They didn’t like how they couldn’t rip apart pages of clues so everyone on the team could work simultaneously, but that was the point! Everyone enjoyed sharing pictures and videos. Many of our participants could have used better lighting on their phones but I think that is something they will have to work on.

Our Scavenger Hunt is a fun event for our club. We don’t make a lot of money from the event. We just want something easy and fun. Eventzee helped us with that. The app streamlined our event, saved us time and labor, and allowed more of our participants to have a good time.

– Cindy Mahnesmith – Director of Fundraising, Troy Titans Football Club

Clue Examples:

  • 12 Little Monkeys – Photo of a team member hanging upside down on monkey bars.
  • America’s Got Talent – Take a picture of a teammate doing a headstand in a bar.
  • Drink UP – Take a picture of entire team, including inflatable buddy, drinking from one drink (each person, including buddy, has own straw)
  • Good Samaritan – Take a picture of a teammate pumping gas for someone while that person holds your inflatable.
  • Just being helpful – Take a photo of at least two team members helping fold clothes in a public laundry mat.

Photo Examples:

Now that you have some ideas about how to start your Eventzee scavenger hunt, go out and make it happen! If you’re interested in hosting an Eventzee event, sponsoring an official Eventzee photo hunt or just curious about what we can do reach out to us at eventzee@munzee.com.

 

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eventzeeMarch 2, 2016

Eventzee Exposure: Integrated Automotive Services

In “Eventzee Exposure” we look at testimonials from happy clients who have hosted their own Scavenger Hunts. Our users’ experience is very important to us, so when things go off without a hitch we want to cheer about it. If you’d be interested in sharing your Eventzee experience please reach out to eventzee@munzee.com.

Organization: Integrated Automotive Services

Event: Subaru Sales Training Event

Location: Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal, Canada

Event Breakdown:
IAE works with auto manufacturers for product releases and training staffs on how to successfully market their automobiles. They used Eventzee for their Subaru Drive Experience events across nine days in three different cities with QR Code Quizzes and photo scavenger hunts. The focus of IAE’s Drive Experiences is to put retail staff behind the wheel of the vehicle so they can experience the brand story first hand.  Competitive product evaluations and in-depth experiential product training convert to real-world credibility on the showroom floor.

The QR Codes for the quizzes were printed in a workbook that attendees answered as the day went on. This offered the event hosts the ability to look at the comprehension statistics of the attendees and better evaluate the teaching methods. Eventzee also created custom survey polls for IAE so they could easily gather attendees opinions on various model types, and more. These polls were sent to all attendees using the Eventzee messaging system. They would then answer and live results were broadcast on a projector screen onsite.

Photo clues were also used to encourage interaction among attendees. By interacting with specific groups and locations users found a deeper engagement and retention of the goals of the event.

Check out the video from their event!

Testimonial:

“We believe that elevating the learning experience using gamification methods is extremely valuable for retention. Eventzee gave us a unique and simple way to incorporate gamification into our programming. During our automotive training programs, we were able to infuse scavenger-type searches, quizzes and additional elements (like photos and sharing) to deepen engagement and retention. You can see the video for our event here: http://integratedauto.com/

With a 97% participation rate, there was no question this approach was the way to go! The overall satisfaction results were excellent and the participants enjoyed their “fun” while learning and winning some prizes.”

– Judi Samuels, Manager, Experience Design, Integrated Automotive Experience

Photo Clue Examples:

  • Creativity- Capture a photo to showcase your creativity and fun at this event.
  • Durability, Quality, Reliability- Capture a photo that best defines how you see the Durability, Quality, Reliability pillar.
  • Favourite- Capture a photo of your favourite Subaru performance vehicle.
  • Team Photo- Take a photo of your team!
  • Us vs Them- Capture a photo that shows a competitive advantage for a Subaru utility vehicle vs. the competition.

Quiz Clue Examples:

  • Subaru has been perfecting the boxer engine for approx. how many years?
  • Subaru has been crash testing since what year?
  • What type of steel does the Subaru ring-shaped reinforcement frame?
  • Lane Keep assist is available as one of EyeSight’s system features for which models?

To learn more about Integrated Automotive visit http://integratedauto.com/en/.

Now that you have some ideas about how to start your Eventzee scavenger hunt, go out and make it happen! If you’re interested in hosting an Eventzee event, sponsoring an official Eventzee photo hunt or just curious about what we can do reach out to us at eventzee@munzee.com.

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eventzeeFebruary 18, 2016

Eventzee Exposure: The Greene’s 45th Wedding Anniversary

In “Eventzee Exposure” we look at testimonials from happy clients who have hosted their own Scavenger Hunts. Our users’ experience is very important to us, so when things go off without a hitch we want to cheer about it. If you’d be interested in sharing your Eventzee experience please reach out to iloveyou@munzee.com!!

Host: Rance Greene created a scavenger hunt for his parents’ 45th wedding anniversary.

Event Breakdown:
As Rance’s parents approached their 45th Anniversary, he wanted to do something special for them: a scavenger hunt. Since they live on the East Coast and he lives in Texas, he planned on flying there incognito and planting physical clues. But then he attended a conference where Eventzee was hosting a scavenger hunt for all participants. “This,” he thought, “is the perfect solution!”

This is what he did to make the experience a smashing success.

From Rance:

Map out the route: In their early married years, my parents moved around quite a bit, so I mapped a route between these towns and collected information about each place, including memorable milestones in their lives (like their first home, the college where they met, the church where they were married, the hospital where my brother and I were born and many many more) and trivia specific to those locales and that time period (early 70’s). I titled the scavenger hunt, “The Early Years”.

Create the clues: I set up a combination of photo clues and QR Code clues that opened multiple choice trivia questions. I did this for a Practice Round (local photo clues and trivia questions about events in the early 70’s) and for the real deal scavenger hunt, in which they visited 3 towns to capture photo clues and answer trivia questions specific to each of those towns.

Put together a gift box: This was the tricky part. The gift box contained all of the instructions, the QR Code to join the Scavenger Hunt and lots of incentive prizes. As they accumulated points throughout the hunt, they were allowed to open gifts with their corresponding point value indicated on the outside of the gift or envelope.

The gifts or envelopes contained additional QR codes, Texas toffee, a homemade “hang-from-your-car-mirror” thing from the kids, a gift card to Arby’s for their favorite shake–jamocha!–and a host of other gifts. Most importantly, charms. At the very beginning of the scavenger hunt, they each opened a gift from me: a T-shirt for my Dad that read: “I love my awesome wife” and a charm bracelet for my mom (my wife’s idea). At each town they visited, another charm was given to my mom as a remembrance of the past and the current memories being made during the scavenger hunt. In every photo clue where my Dad was wearing the T-shirt, they earned extra points.

The gift box was tricky only because it took meticulous planning in ordering everything so that they received the next set of instructions at the appropriate time during the hunt. And to make the point value of the gifts attainable, but not too easy. I mailed the package off and hoped for the best!

What did they think of all of this? They loved it! And, being social creatures, made the hunt even more meaningful by going out of their way to connect with former acquaintances. They even met old classmates at the college basketball game they attended during the hunt. I took all of their photos from the hunt (and others they sent to me via text) and compiled them in a photo book, which I sent to my Mom for her January birthday. Now she has a charm bracelet and the photo album to remember this adventure by.

Recommendations if you decide to do this: Don’t do it completely alone. My Dad was in on the planning somewhat, in that he knew to be prepared for a road trip and, in general, where they would be on which day. Be ready to put some time into an endeavor like this. It takes lots of thought, but the outcome is terrific!

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Now that you have some ideas about how to start your Eventzee scavenger hunt, go out and make it happen! If you’re interested in hosting an Eventzee event, sponsoring an official Eventzee photo hunt or just curious about what we can do reach out to us at eventzee@munzee.com.

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