Richard Carroll, a Brimfield farmer, invited shoppers to spin the wheel to see what category their question would cover. He said,
Everybody wins something. There are no losers on the board.
Here is a sample question that was asked during the event.
- What is the farm value of the corn in an 18-ounce box of corn flakes?
- A) 13 cents
- B) 55 cents
- C) 90 cents
The correct answer is A… 13 cents is the farm value of the corn in an 18-ounce box of corn flakes.
Thousands of visitors and over 170+ businesses took part in the Jackson Women’s Expo in Jackson, Michigan… and the Prize Wheel was there (courtesy of Rapid Refill Ink).
Saturday, March 9, marked the ninth year that American 1 Credit Union has held the event.
According to Liz Niles, coordinator of the expo,
This event is geared towards businesses that cater to women. It is just a day for ladies to come out and get pampered and (everything is) centered around them.
Maria Martinez, of Whittier, California, takes a spin on the Prize Wheel at the TEAM Referral Network booth during the Whittier Chamber of Commerce Business Expo.
The annual All-Star Business Expo attracted more than 1,000 guests and 90 businesses to the Whittier Radisson Hall on January 23, 2013. The event is designed to promote local businesses and keeping the tax dollars in the city.
Photo: Whittier Daily News
Aspen Marketing Services used the Micro Prize Wheel as part of a pilot program to increase credit card distribution while increasing brand knowledge. The program was a success, and the company plans to use the Prize Wheels to support over 200 events in 2013.
According to Shawn Kelly, Account Supervisor,
Thanks again for this wonderful marketing tool! We feel that the Micro Prize Wheel was a great asset to our marketing needs.
When the consumer/customer saw the Prize Wheel, it piqued their interest to find out how it worked, if they could spin to win and overall it increased our foot traffic and online application process.
Max Williams, Director of Promotions for Radio One Indianapolis, understands the importance of a quality game for his promotions team. The Prize Wheel passes the test.
We are a very active promotional team here in Indy and we needed a product that could withstand the wear and tear put on our promotional gear. This product has passed the test with flying colors. If it can make it through our rigorous daily workload then it will work great for anyone!
Adventure Suites was “created with a cup of fun, a pound of adventure, a bunch of love and a sprinkle of magic”. The hotel, located in North Conway, New Hampshire features a variety of themed rooms, including Dragon’s Lair, Sugar Shack and the Cave.
The hotel interacts with guests through Facebook and the Prize Wheel. According to Kathy Brassill,
We post a “password” on FB each evening and the first guest that comes to the front desk and says the “password” gets to spin our FB Prize Wheel and win something from our gift shop.
It is different every night, thanks to the Prize Wheel. We made our own inserts and we are able to change them out ourselves as needed. It works great and our guests really enjoy the fun interaction with FB while they are staying with us.
You can see more of how Adventure Suites interacts with guests by taking a look at their Facebook page.
Visitors to PNC Park in Pittsburgh have had the opportunity to take in more than a Pirates game. Over the past four seasons, almost 300,000 baseball fans have taken a spin on the Prize Wheel for a chance to win Pirates merchandise, discounts and free tickets.
The Prize Wheel was adopted by the Pirates in 2009 as fun way to show the team’s appreciation and reward fans for attending a game. With more than 1,200 fans spinning each game, the Prize Wheel has grown into much more. Fans are now offered many great benefits for taking a spin on the Wheel.