Driving Exhibitor Traffic with SCANTrivia Platform

Oct 13, 2017

Over the past several years ACRP has taken the traditional route to drive activity to their exhibitors such as bingo cards and treasure maps. This year, ACRP took a different approach and used the SCANTrivia platform and found the results to go beyond their expectations. “We were so pleased with our decision to move over to SCANTriva,” stated Tammy Workman, Advertising & Exhibition Sales Manager at ACRP. “We had been doing a very popular treasure hunt game but it had become very out dated and old school and it didn’t engage as much as we have learned SCANTrivia has done for us”, she continued.

ACRP began working with a SCANTrivia project manager 8 months before the event and followed the recommend steps from beginning to end. “The SCANTrivia team outlined a step by step, easy to follow game plan for success”, said Beth O’Brien, Manager of Meetings and Conferences at ACRP. “They were extremely professional when interacting with ACRP staff and attendees… we very highly recommend SCANTrivia!”

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The SCANVenger Hunt and SCANTrivia platforms provide engagement through gamification, Interactive Attendee Badges, and lead retrieval. Whether you have a conference, trade show or destination driven event our high-tech QR code scavenger hunts, lead retrieval and game components can provide quantifiable value.

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