Whether welcoming students back for the new semester, sorority and fraternity social events, university fundraisers or alumni activities, the Prize Wheel is a fun and interactive way to draw a crowd.
Consider giveaways imprinted with your university logo. Even better, have the mascot from your football team on hand to take part in the fun. Set up the Prize Wheel in the quad of the university and watch students and faculty line up for their turn to win.
HealthCare Scouts spun up new talent earlier this month at the American Case Management Association (ACMA) chapter conference in Florida. The two-day event was held in ChampionsGate Florida on July 31 and August 1.
Bridget Savric, Caroline Casturo, Derek Hanson and Brandon Marable manned the booth and Prize Wheel for HealthCare Scouts. The company is an executive level talent search and acquisition firm with more than 50 combined years of concentrated focus in the healthcare industry.
ACMA provides innovative, professional development services, while creating opportunities for networking for case management hospital/heath care professionals. The organization also works to influence the policies, laws and other issues related to the practice of case management.
GameTime’s Booth at Tampa Bay Comic Con brought out a colorful assortments of Prize Wheel spinners.
The Tampa Bay Comic Con always brings in a roster of guest creators and/or celebrities for attendees to meet.
The convention has been held each year in Tampa since 2000.
Winter Storm Hercules may be wreaking havoc across the United States, but it doesn’t stop people from taking a spin. The cold weather is no match for resilient players and the Prize Wheel.
Eager players line up for a chance to spin in the frigid temperatures. From Portland to Atlanta… from sporting events to outdoor winter festivals… the spinning game wheel is always a hit.
Perfect attendance paid off for Kaylee Duke after she spun the Prize Wheel and won a car.
After a drawing was held, 10 lucky students were selected to spin the Prize Wheel. It was Duke’s lucky 10 spin that gave the West Valley City junior the keys to a Honda Accord.
“This is my first car and I get my license in three weeks, so I’m just excited to start,” Duke said.
Other prizes were awarded during the November 26 special assembly at Hunter High School, including iPads, headphones and gift certificates.
John Welburn, the school principal, said the program to increase attendance was successful since the number of students with perfect attendance doubled compared to last year.
Welburn went on to say:
We hope to continue this program. We may not have another car donated but we will have prizes and we’ll do something similar to this.
Red Touch Media was named one of the most social companies for their efforts at MIP2013. According to MIPBlog,
Red Touch Media, who went all out, notably on Twitter and flickr, with photos of their onsite events — squirrel included! — and fun ideas like a “wheel of swag” that delegates could spin to see what goodies they’d walk away with. Perhaps the best sharers of their entire MIPCOM experience. Hats off!