Alan Sands Entertainment

 

Scott Siewert - The most fun, memorable, crowd-involving wedding and Corporate Game Shows worldwide!

 

2020 Game Show Pricing (travel not included)

Musical Bingo

Have a Ball

Corporate Feud

Rapid Fire

Rapid Fire Ultimate 

Additional Options

Enhancement Package

MC/DJ

Corporate Wheel

Projector/Screen

Photography

Special Lighting

 

 

All Game Shows are 90 to 120-minute productions. They include our "LUCKY" game and our Minute to Win it games, "Physical Challenges." We will also announce the prizes you supply.

The MC/DJ package can be added to our game shows to make a whole night of entertainment.

Background music will be playing when guests arrive. Dinner music will be played through dinner and can include our interactive dinner show. You are welcome to use our microphone and sound system if a presentation is given. Game Show follows and transitions into an interactive DJ production for dancing to complete the night.

The Corporate Wheel has replaceable inserts that can turn it into the color wheel (if you divide your group into teams) or into a money wheel with $ amounts, gift certificates, a day off with pay, a small prize, big prize, etc.

The enhancement package includes an LED curtain backdrop and triple uplights strategically placed around the room that change colors to change the sound in the room. In addition, it adds warmth to the room.

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Each of these Game shows last 90 minutes

Musical Bingo​

​Similar to ​Bingo, except we play a 20-second portion of a song instead of calling numbers. The music stops when the singing verse happens. The guests often sing along with the songs. We supply laminated bingo cards with dry erase markers.

 

Have a Ball Game Show​

An entry-level game show because it uses less high-tech equipment. The booth the players stand behind has three player positions. There is a baseball-size button in front of each person. When they get a trivia question (or the Host plays musical sound-bites) correct, balls are placed in a plexiglass container on the front of the console in front of that player. This game show has a lockout button on the top. NOTE: The contestant gives the MC the answer, and the Host announces it over his microphone. This game does not have individual microphones or electronic scoring on the player positions. Instead, the balls in the plexiglass boxes are the scoring. (See the three teens in the video playing the game). We play four rounds over 90-minutes. Therefore, 12 people compete in the trivia games. Then each person that plays gets ten teammates they grab from the audience to do crazy, zany challenges.

 

Corporate Feud​

Similar to Family Feud on TV. A round is considered the best of three questions. The Host has a few different games for the various matches.

Round #1 is regular Family Feud questions.

Round #2 are Majority Rules.

A survey is done earlier in the day, tallied & the survey answers come from that earlier survey. Round #3 is "Name that Tune." The Host plays remixes of popular songs. Teams work together to figure out the song name or artist. Round #4 is a "The Word Association Game." I bring out everyone and form two lines facing each other. I ask them to name something associated with Mcdonald's, Cars, or Famous people, etc. They have to respond without repeating the same answer. If they repeat, they sit down, and the person who got it right goes to the back of the line to stay in the game. Everyone is involved.

 

Rapid Fire​

A 4-player game show. The game console has lockout buttons, ​individual ​microphones, and electronic scoring on each console. Two Corporate Feud machines​ are connected. The questions asked have a sound bite clue that goes to the question. The questions ​include lines from famous movies, ​commercials,​ famous people, etc. Example: "What movie made this song famous​?"​ The Host pushes ​the ​play button, and​ a song play,​​"I will always Love you" ​begins. Contestant 3 pushes the lockout button, and their booth lights up. They say,​"The Bodyguard​!" The Host​ pushes ​a button, and they get 10 points. The Host says, "Finish this quote exactly:​​"He ​pushes ​the play button, and they hear, "It's One Small Step for Man​..." Contestant 1 pushes the lockout button and says," And one giant leap for mankind!" 10 points. Etc.  ​This game includes​a mylar curtain backdrop.

 

Rapid Fire Ultimate​

Like Rapid Fire using a higher-end machine with more ​decor and ​bells and whistles, the physical appearance is​ more deluxe,​​ including a sparkle curtain backdrop, unique tables​ with sparkle curtains, and lights around the room. It​ looks sharp.

 

More options: 

Every game show round ends with a "Minute to Win It" challenge. The contestants enter the audience and bring back teammates to represent them in the team-building skills. The Host has an extensive collection of equipment like ​Bike races with bikes that have 4-inch tires,​ or the challenge is an​audition to be a runway model while wearing a shirt filled with balloons or many other options for physical challenges.

 

Every round also contains our "lucky" game where we give raffle tickets to everyone attending. The more they participate, the more tickets they get. If they are contestants, they get tickets. If they win the round, they get tickets; if they participate in the ​"Minute to Win it" game, they get extra tickets. So everyone is involved to a whole new level. 

 

​The Host can also bring an additional Wheel of Fortune used to give away additional raffle tickets or instant win prizes.

 

​They will laugh so hard they will cry!

 

​Prices quoted may not reflect an additional travel cost or lodging.

 

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