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Back and better than ever, it’s time for the second annual Triangle Trivia Challenge, sponsored by SunTrust! On April 14, 2016 from 7pm – 8:30pm, teams of 6 will compete for a grand prize of $500 during four rounds of trivia. Many of the questions come directly from WCPSS curriculum, including:

  • What are the three muscle types?
  • How many times can 0.4 go into 6?
  • What is wrong with the following sentence: “When any one of these changes occur, it is likely the result of careful analysis conducted by transportation planners.”

In addition to the grand prize, we will have door prizes up for grabs! Gather your team and get ready to take the challenge. It’s $95 for a team of up to six individuals. As a fundraiser for WakeEd Partnership, all of the money raised from the night will go to support educators in Wake County Public School System. Check out the complete list of rules below. Can’t attend? Click here to download the flyer and promote it at your company.

Carolina Ale House

500 Glenwood Ave.

April 14, 2016

7pm – 8:30 pm

Hosted By WRAL Chief Meteorologist Greg Fishel

Grand Prize: $500 Cash

Additional Prizes From:

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How Your Donation Makes A Difference

WakeEd’s Triangle Trivia Challenge consists of four rounds of ten questions each. Teams may consist of no more than six individuals. Teams will earn points for each correct answer. The team with the most points at the end of the game wins the $500 prize.

Cell phones are forbidden during the competition, however breaks will be provided for participants to check their phone. If a single team member uses their cell phone during a round of questions, the entire team will be disqualified from the competition. Wake Education Partnership is the sole decider on the correct answers. Participants must be present to win door prizes.