Wednesday, December 10, 2008


I am in charge of planning our office Christmas Party. We are doing a sort of "lottery" deal where employees win points and then put their points toward whichever gift they want. Anyway, I am trying to think of some ways for the employees to "win" some extra points with some little games and things up until the day of.
So far I am going to do a guess how many M&M's are in a jar, but I need some more ideas!
Please anyone with any idea I would love to hear it. Mind you it is mostly guys here at my job, including me there are only 3 girls. And this is a small company, under 20 employees total.
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE help me out with some ideas!
You never know, I might have a really great nail polish prize for the best idea!!


Jamie said...

Maybe a "treasure hunt" for points around the break or conference rooms?

Or a trivia contest - email everyone one trivia question per day up to the party, then award points for correct answers at the party?

Brooke said...

JAMIE - Thank you thank you thank you! Both of these ideas will work great! This is exactly what I needed! I reall appreciate your help!

Katee "e-polishblog" said...

How about pin the tail on the donkey!

Brooke said...

Pin the tail on santa!!! I will have to see if I can make that happen. Thank you for the help. I appreciate it.

Jamie said...

You're most welcome - I love planning parties. :-) I hope yours goes well!

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