THE ARCH RIVALS COMPANY can provide your business with a Weekly Trivia Package that is not only affordable, but effective!

Weekly trivia contests are very popular and can be very profitable for your business, if you have the right material. Finding a good trivia provider can be challenging and time consuming. Trivia is also a highly specialized form of entertainment, and it is not offered by most disc jockey companies or karaoke providers.

Our goal is simple: draw customers during otherwise slower times of the week, sell your food and drink to those customers, and make those new customers "regulars", so they will think about your business the next time they're going out.

The Arch Rivals Company offers a unique twist on traditional bar trivia contests. We do much more than simply ask trivia questions. Each Weekly Bar Trivia Contest incorporates a wide variety of questions in various categories, song clips, visual aides and game show elements to create a memorable night for your customers, which is sure to bring them back again and again!


Why Trivia?

Trivia contests are more cost effective than live bands.

Trivia contests are more interactive than karaoke.

Customers become involved as teams, and compete for your prizes.


Key Production Points

Each Weekly Trivia Contest consists of five ten-question rounds of general knowledge trivia.

Every round is a new game, and every game features questions in various categories, including Sports, Movies and TV.

After each question is asked, a popular song relating to the question is played for sixty seconds.

The team with the most correct answers at the end of each round wins a prize, typically a $10 gift card, courtesy of the host location.

We research and write our own questions. We DO NOT use questions directly from board games!

We do not consume alcohol during our events.

Total runtime for each round is approximately 30-40 minutes.

Total investment includes set-up, tear down, sound system, game material and continuous entertainment.

VALUE ADDED! Round Five is complimentary.

VALUE ADDED! We can provide a customized slideshow to display the questions and advertise your specials and other events.

VALUE ADDED! After trivia, we will provide music for your customers until closing time at no charge.


Our Format

Round One - General Knowledge

Round Two - General Knowledge

Round Three - Special Category (TV Themes, Cover Songs, etc.)

Round Four - General Knowledge

Round Five - General Knowledge


Sample Questions & Related Songs

Q: Which U.S. President survived two assassination attempts in one month?
("I Missed Again" by Phil Collins)
A: Gerald Ford

Q: Winona Ryder's much publicized "shopping spree" took place at what department store?
("Been Caught Stealin'" by Jane's Addiction)
A: Saks Fifth Avenue

Q: What nightly news program was originally established to cover the Iran hostage crisis?
("ABC" by The Jackson 5)
A: Nightline

Q: What fast food chain was founded in 1984 by John Schnatter?
("That's Amore" by Dean Martin)
A: Papa John's Pizza

Q: Name the life-saving technique to stop choking that was introduced in 1974.
("Help!" by The Beatles)
A: The Heimlich Maneuver

Q: When Mark McGwire made his Major League debut in 1986, what position did he play?
("Welcome To The Jungle" by Guns 'N Roses)
A: Third Base

Q: Name the musician credited with inventing the concept of MTV.
("Video Killed The Radio Star" by The Buggles)
A:  Michael Nesmith (of The Monkees)

Q: What was the name of the exclusive country club in the movie "Caddyshack"?
("I'm Alright" by Kenny Loggins)
A: Bushwood Country Club


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The Arch Rivals Company

St. Louis, MO

(314) 368-1231


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