Puzzled about how to get your guests to interact with one another at a corporate function? We’ve cracked the code on how to get guests to open up to one another and break out of their usual cliques. Host one of our corporate scavenger hunts at your next networking, dinner or awards function and you’ll be putting two and two – if not more – of your guests together in a fun and non-threatening way.
Looking for a cool way to get your guests to interact at your next event? Our icebreaker hunts melt away inhibitions by getting people to interact as they solve clues. And, you can just sit back, chill and enjoy the event.
It’s In The Bag
As guests arrive, they receive a goodie bag. This isn’t only a giveaway – it’s also part of the icebreaker hunt! Guests work with others who have similar items in their bag to solve puzzles attached to these items. For instance, guests who have a yellow band around their cigar discover they must smoke out all others with a yellow cigar band to solve the clue underneath the bands.
Although guests form different teams to solve each puzzle, they keep track of solutions as individuals. At the end of the event all of the solutions are used to solve a final clue and the first individual to solve it, bags a big prize!
In Room Hunt
Usually hunts require you to go out and find clues. But, in this hunt, the clues come into the party and find your guests! As guests sip drinks, nosh on appetizers and mingle with others, they solve clues displayed at stations around the party. Wherever they find a clue – on a cocktail napkin or attached to a straw in a specialty drink – they’re sure to find conversation as they discuss how to solve the clues. Guests solving all of the clues correctly are entered in a prize drawing at the end of the icebreaker hunt.
Get A Clue
If you’re a fan of the board game Clue, you’ll love this icebreaker hunt! Guests wear the name of a suspect, location or weapon on their name badge lanyard. Their quest is to mix and mingle with others to check off the suspects, locations and weapons worn by others. The ones left unchecked are the correct answers.
Because we’re clued in, we know how to customize the icebreaker hunt for you. So, a group of wedding planners may discover that it was the Bridesmaid who killed the Mother-In-Law in the Florist Shop with the Cake Knife, while a group from the medical field may discover it was the Hospital Administrator who killed the Insurance Agent in the Cafeteria with the Reflex Hammer.
Fellowship of the Bling
This icebreaker hunt is sure to encourage sparkling conversation. As guests enter the party, they pick up a “diamond.” The room is abuzz as guests wonder if they selected a real diamond or a cubic zirconium. Anticipation and excitement ring out as guests have their diamonds inspected by the lab and those with the real bling, get to take a diamond home!
Award Ceremony Hunts
Getting an award is exciting. Sitting while hundreds of others get their awards? Not so much. So, let our hunt masters put on an award-winning performance during your next awards ceremony. Guests will be on the edge of their seats as they wait for the next clue that will solve a mystery that unfolds in between award category announcements.
Dinner Party Hunt
There’s more than just delicious food served up at this dinner. Your guests will also enjoy a healthy side serving of fun as they interact with everyone at their table to solve a series of unique clues revealed in clever ways throughout dinner. Clues may appear under the charger plate removed after the appetizer course, be on the inside of a napkin holder, or even printed on the mints served with coffee.
Murder Mystery Hunts
Not your typical murder mystery where your guests watch the action unfold and try to guess “whodunit.” Rather, your guests become a part of the action, not by acting out roles, but by working together to solve clues revealed throughout the event.