- Oct 11, 2005
I usually just do "Got it, Love it", but I'm thinking I need to get more creative. Any suggestions?
AJPratt said:I usually just do "Got it, Love it", but I'm thinking I need to get more creative. Any suggestions?
cookinthehouse said:I recently did the food chopper fued. I knew that a majority of hte guests new alot about pc, (i already met them at 2 shows in the previous month) so i thought.. hmmmm i took a little tv table and it is kind of like the family fued, 2 contestants come up and wait for a questions, first person who slams the food chopper can answer.... that is it... we rotate... i give tickets to the person who gets the correct answer i usually only do aboout 6 questions... cause that takes care of 12 people.... it was fun, and believe it or not the PC know it alls did not KNOW IT ALL!!
Do you have the game book I post here a while back? I would be happy to post the link, I also have 2 floppy disks full of game.
I like playing PC bingo, I make a master copy for the show. Then I start the show by reading off my list and telling the guests they can put each peice of info in whatever spot they like. Examples SS kit cost, Food chopper, Free products, etc. I just pick a few products we will be using, recruiting info, host benefits info,etc till every square is full.
The thing I like about this game is it gives me a chance to "plant more seeds"
How do you play the right, left game? I've seen this mentioned once before for a bridle shower could you please explain it to me?I have been doing the right/left game at the end of my shows, instead of doing a drawing. The guests seem to enjoy it...
I have had success with playing BINGO.
I also do the grocery/food word scramble when I am cleaning up in between demos to keep the guests focused on the show rather an engross in side conversation, this one is usually a group effort and I don't do a prize, when I am done and ready to get the focus back on me, I go over the answers and then say that all these itmes have something in common, that the are the every day items that we all have in our pantry or can get from our local supermarkets, and they are some of the ingredients we use in our pampered chef recipes to make them easy for us.