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May 24, 2018

Weekend Warriors: Week 165 Public Hunt Clues

Another Weekend Warriors free photo scavenger hunt has started! 15 clues will be live until the hunt ends on Sunday at 3 PM CST. Your photo will be either approved or rejected by our admin staff. Be sure to check the cumulative leaderboard so you can see how well you’re doing and remember that tiebreakers are based on the amount of time it takes your to finish all the clues!

The more photos you submit, the more badges you’ll earn for a variety of achievements. To see the Eventzee Badge List CLICK HERE. To see if your photos have been added to the gallery visit www.eventzeeapp.com/gallery. Let the hunt begin!

We have released a new update which changes the ways you can join hunts, so just use the code “WW165” after you login.

  • #ThrowbackThursday – Share a past pic of your favorite TV show growing up.
  • All Smiles – Take a photo of a smiley face made out of household items. Drawings/paintings will not be accepted.
  • Bottle Buddy – Take a photo of a unique bottle cap.
  • Cool Down – Take a photo of someplace that sells ice. Ice must be seen somewhere in photo and must be at a store, not at home.
  • Family Jewels – Take a photo wearing a crown fit for a king.
  • Food Frenzy – Take a photo of a mall food court, cafeteria or some type of location that sells multiple styles of food in the same place.
  • Framed – Take a photo with your head in a picture frame of some sort. Be sure to smile!
  • Grill Marks on Our Hearts – Take a picture of someone grilling food this weekend.
  • Hatter Up – Take a photo of a store display showcasing a variety of hat styles.
  • Hidden In Plain Sight – Take a photo of your best hide and seek location. Get creative!
  • I Spy – X – Find the letter “X” formed in architecture, nature, etc.
  • Peace, Love and HappZEEness – To celebrate GeoWoodstock this weekend, take a photo creatively representing the 1969 music festival with a similar name.
  • Warm Up – Take a photo of a fireplace.
  • Would Your Rather… – … sweat cheese or cry ketchup? Creatively represent your choice!
  • Wrestlemania – Are you ready to rumble?! Come up with a larger than life pro wrestling persona and take a championship photo. Get creative!
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May 17, 2018

Weekend Warriors: Week 164 Public Hunt Clues

Another Weekend Warriors free photo scavenger hunt has started! 15 clues will be live until the hunt ends on Sunday at 3 PM CST. Your photo will be either approved or rejected by our admin staff. Be sure to check the cumulative leaderboard so you can see how well you’re doing and remember that tiebreakers are based on the amount of time it takes your to finish all the clues!

The more photos you submit, the more badges you’ll earn for a variety of achievements. To see the Eventzee Badge List CLICK HERE. To see if your photos have been added to the gallery visit www.eventzeeapp.com/gallery. Let the hunt begin!

We have released a new update which changes the ways you can join hunts, so just use the code “WW164” after you login.

  • #ThrowbackThursday – May 18th is National Endangered Species Day here in the states, so for #TBT upload a photo of a now extinct animal.
  • #WayBackWednesday – Sit in front of a fan and show us your best skydiving impersonation.
  • 24 Hours or Less – Take a picture at a business where you can get film developed.
  • Back To School – Creatively represent what you would study in college if you went. Have fun with it!
  • Elevated Amphibians – Creatively represent playing a game of leap frog.
  • Get Rich Quick – Making money takes hard work and countless hours – but sometimes people get lucky. Creatively represent a method for making a lot of money very quickly.
  • Hot Tamale – Take a picture of something spicy.
  • I Spy – W – Find the letter “W” formed in architecture, nature, etc.
  • Lower Level – Take a in a room that could be considered underground.
  • Mobile Marketing – Creatively represent what brands would sponsor you if you were a NASCAR racer. Be sure to have the logos somewhere on your person.
  • Neat Freak – Take a picture of a place or items that are perfectly organized.
  • Noble Nuptials – Creatively represent the royal wedding between Prince Harry and Megan Markle.
  • Prevalent Piercing – Take a picture of a body piercing.
  • Resale Ripoffs – Take a picture of an off brand version of a well known product.
  • Rover Rescuer – Take a picture outside of an animal shelter.
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February 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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