Prize Wheel Spins in Hawaii

Outrigger’s Zone (OZONE) Day was back for the sixth year in Waikiki, Hawaii, and the Prize Wheel was spinning for the event.

On June 25, ocean-minded organizations came together for the event at the iconic Waikiki Aquarium.

In addition to the Prize Wheel, the day included ocean-themed games, shave ice, live music, and giveaways from groups like Surfrider Foundation, Friends of Hokulea and Hawaiiloa, NOAA, UH Sea Grant, Board of Water Supply, Parley for the Oceans, reef-safe sunscreen brand Raw Elements, The Coral Conservancy, the Bishop Museum, and Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii.

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Library Prize Wheel at Rutgers University

The Prize Wheel was loaded with prizes from Paul Robeson Library on the Camden Campus of Rutgers University.

Prizes on the Wheel included tote bags, charging cables, mini staplers, sunglasses, lanyards, water bottles and more.

The Prize Wheel was part of Late Night Breakfast: PAJAMAPALOOZA. In addition to the prizes on the Wheel, the event included a live music performance and breakfast food served by the Division of Student Affairs staff.

Indiana Festival Prize Wheel

The Monroe County Fall Festival included a Prize Wheel from Indiana Members Credit Union.

Koozies, pens, cups, flip flops, and hand sanitizer were prizes on the Wheel.

The Monroe County Fall Festival attracts more than 50,000 people. It features a variety of exhibits, a spectacular parade, queen contest, kids’ day, craft vendors, lots of great food, and family entertainment. The event took place from September 15 to 17 Marci Jane Lewis Park in Ellettsville, Indiana.

Climate Game Prize Wheel

The Prize Wheel was used as a “Spin the Wheel Climate Game” by the Government of Yukon’s Department of Environment.

The Wheel and game allowed the agency to talk with Yukoners about climate change while rewarding them with prizes.

The Department of Environment helps protect our environment and enables the sustainable use of our renewable resources. They are located in Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada.

Prize Wheel Spinning in San Antonio, Texas

The Prize Wheel was spinning for Community Waste Disposal during Texas Municipal League’s 110th Annual Conference and Exhibition.

The TML Annual Conference and Exhibition attracts decision makers including mayors, council members, city secretaries, city managers, and city department executives. An estimated 3,000 delegates from 300 cities attended the event from from October 5-7, 2022 at the Henry B. González Convention Center in San Antonio.

California Neuroscience Prize Wheel

Neuroscience 2022 included a Prize Wheel from RayBiotech. The event was held in San Diego, California from November 12-16.

Keychains, bottle openers, candy, microfiber lens cloths and stress toys were offered as prizes on the Prize Wheel.

Scientists from around the world congregate at the annual event to discover new ideas, share their research, and experience the best the field has to offer.

Prize Wheel at New York Conference

The Prize Wheel was spinning for JoinTech914 during the New York State Association for Computers and Technologies in Education (NYSCATE) annual conference.

Prizes on the Wheel included stress balls, pens, stickers, water bottles, beach towels, and Starbucks gift cards.

The four day NASCATE conference was held from November 19-22, 2022 and provided a showcase for the latest products and services designed for the educational setting, as well as offering interactive workshops, keynote speakers and social activities in both a virtual and in-person environment.

University Open House Prize Wheel

Prospective students at University of the Fraser Valley (UFV) took a spin on the Prize Wheel from Applied Business Technology and answered questions about the university to win a prize.

The Prize Wheel was part of UFV’s open house on October 22, 2022. In addition to winning prizes, attendees could ask faculty questions, chat with current students, and tour the campus.

UFV is located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, and enrolls approximately 15,000 students each year.