The most fun you will ever have feeling dumb.
Saturday, April 21, 2018
WHEN: 6:30 Doors Open, 7:30 Trivia Begins
WHERE: CASA of Douglas County, 2412 St. Marys Ave, Omaha, NE 68105
WHAT DO WE GET? Brain Food – Cash Bar – Raffle - Auction
Through April 9, 2018:
Table of 8 - $320 (includes appetizers, drink tickets, table snacks and a night of fun!)
PREMIUM TABLE of 8 - $500 (includes all of the above PLUS excellent table locations and unlimited drinks.) ONLY 4 AVAILABLE, ACT FAST!
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE BONUS - Register your team by APRIL 2nd and receive 5 answer dots to be used on any question AND advance notice of 4 of the 8 trivia categories.
After April 9, 2018:
Table of 8 - $360 (includes appetizers, drink tickets, table snacks and a night of fun!)
PREMIUM TABLE of 8 - $600 (includes all of the above PLUS excellent table locations and unlimited drinks.) ONLY 4 AVAILABLE, ACT FAST!
MY FRIENDS ARE ALL BUSY OPTION:
Individual ticket - $45 before April 9, $50 after. We will fill up two tables (think "Table 9" from The Wedding Singer). We cannot guarantee that anyone at your table will know anything.
What is this exactly?
The second annual Smarty Pants Trivia Challenge to benefit CASA. This fun and exciting evening has been planned by the savvy ladies of the Kappa Alpha Theta Omaha Alumnae group. We did it last year and it was a blast.
Hosted by award-winning comedian Kris Covi (he made us say that), your team of 8 are sure to laugh and have a good time while battling against other teams for the title of "Smartiest Pants." But most of you will lose. Almost all of you, in fact. BUT even the losers had a great time last year (especially that table of drunk moms that kept yelling out answers to questions about children's television shows even though the questions were about Omaha restaurants.) Nobody really loses because it is fun and it is for a great local cause.
You're probably so smart we don't need to tell you this, but CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) provides volunteers who work with youth to help them navigate the legal system. Yeah, what they do is pretty cool, and Theta wants you to help support them (but really we want to have a fun party and the charity angle is just a bonus).
Wait, didn't we just do this in August?
Yes, but CASA is celebrating 20 years in Douglas County with a Gala this fall so we moved this event to the spring.
Do I have to register the entire team?
Yes, it is way easier for us. Just collect from your friends (or, even better, get your company to buy a table).
What are Answer Dots? How can they help my team?
Answer dots are stickers you can place on any question and you automatically get it right! You get 5 FREE answer dots simply by registering your team by April 2nd and you can buy more at the event (like mulligans).
Are there sponsorship opportunities available?
You bet! Let’s chat! Email Jessica Covi at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are there prizes?
Of course! Are they great? We’ll see!
Join us for a night of comedy for a great cause. Kappa Alpha Theta Omaha Alumnae present A Good Laugh, a comedy show featuring Kris Covi, Richard Reese, and Cameron Scott Logsdon to benefit CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates). CASA volunteers provide a voice for abused and neglected children within the court system.
Doors open at 6:45, show starts at 7:30.
$45 at the door - Includes show, a drink ticket, and appetizers. Cash bar.
Kris Covi finds it awkward to write about himself in the third person on his own website. If you want to know more about Kris you can click on the "Meet Kris" link above, but we will add that he is very excited to support CASA. Wait, "we"? Who else is writing this thing?
Richard Reese is as decorated a comedian as he is well dressed. He has won awards at the Great American Comedy Festival, the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, and recently returned from LA where he was named to the "Best of the Fest" at the Burbank Comedy Festival.
CAMERON SCOTT LOGSDON
Cameron Scott Logsdon is an award winning kite maker and model railroad enthusiast. When he is not stitching keels or kitbashing an Alco C636 he is entertaining crowds with a combination of jokes and spot-on impressions.