The Cell Phone Game Increases Sales
The only good party game to play at your home show is one that serves a purpose for everyone involved.
I found on Art Jonak’s Facebook wall and modified it for party plan shows. It works like a charm.
He presented it as a game to play in a restaurant with friends. Don’t you hate it when you are out to dinner and everyone is on the phone, Facebook or texting….
Played in a restaurant or as a direct sales party game at your home show this game will improve the quality of your time. With some small changes this game is perfect for the home party show!
The Cell Phone Game Keeps ‘Em Watching
The value at The Cell Phone Game is that everyone will be more attentive, sales will increase and guests will have fun, laugh and hopefully both the hostess and the consultant will have increased benefits.
The purpose of the game is to get everyone off their phones, away from Twitter, Facebook, texting, etc. and to encourage conversation. In other words, help cure the anti-social behavior that technology creates.
Everyone puts their phones in the middle of the room on a table.
Whoever cracks first by touching their phone has a penalty.
You can create your own system of violations and rewards that match your business.
“Don’t Be Anti-Social” Cell Phone Game
The rules for the “Don’t Be Anti-Social” cell phone show game are:
- The game starts after everyone sits down and as soon as the show starts.
- Everybody places their phone in the middle of the room on a table.
- The first person to touch their phone loses the game and others get violation points.
- Loser of the game has some sort of penalty and subsequent violators accumulate the penalty points. (In a restaurant the loser pays the bill for everyone’s meal).
- At the end of the show anyone who as not touched their phone is declared a winner.
Play Games With Cell Phones In Restaurants
I play the cell phone game when I am out to dinner with my teenage nieces and nephews!
I put a dollar (or $5 if they are older) under the stack of phones based on the number of kids. Everyone who left the phone alone for the whole dinner got a cut… it worked!!
With adults in a restaurant, it could really be a blast. Try it at your show, I bet conversation will rock and everyone will have fun.
Are You Game? Are you willing to turn the tide of anti-social behavior? What do you think?!?
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- How would you customize this game for your home party business?
- What kinds of rewards or penalties could you use?
Share below in the comments on how you plan to use this at your next show!