By Jeremy Henderson, Army Flier Staff WriterJanuary 19, 2017
FORT RUCKER, Ala. -- Mother Rucker's hosts a special Trivia Tuesday Jan. 31 from 6:30-8:30 p.m.
"In addition to launching our weekly Trivia Tuesday Program, we are celebrating Mother Rucker's birthday," Kaylee Mikuteit, Mother Rucker's marketing and promotions coordinator, said. "Mother Rucker's will be giving away a free appetizer for every entrée purchased. Further, First Command Financial Services will be giving away a variety of door prizes throughout the evening."
According to Mikuteit, Trivia Night will consist of five rounds. Each round will have 10 questions. After every question is asked, the whole team can come together and discuss the answer.
Once an answer is agreed upon, the team can write it down on their answer sheet. At the end of the round, everyone's answer sheets will be graded and each team will be given a score.
The team with the highest score at the end of each individual round will earn a Mother Rucker's gift card. Additionally, at the end of the five rounds, the team with the highest accumulated score will win a $25 Mother Rucker's gift card. Categories will be based off general knowledge, sports, current events, history, pop culture, movies, music, science and more, she said.
"We look forward to bringing new and exciting categories and questions to trivia night participants each week," Mikuteit said. "Further, we are always open to suggestions from our participants."
Trivia Night will be held Tuesdays at Mother Rucker's from 6:30-8:30 p.m.
"We fully encourage participants to use Trivia Night as a way to enjoy company, as well as meet new people, while competing," Mikuteit said. "Play alone, ask to join a team, play with a buddy or play with up to eight people on a team.
"Trivia Night is the perfect way to get together for a couple of hours, enjoy great food and lighthearted competition while winning awesome prizes," she added. "Whether you can stay for one round, two rounds, or all five rounds, you have the ability to join the fun and compete for a prize."
According to Mikuteit, the best way to prepare for victory at Trivia Night is to build a diverse team.
"While one team mate might be a whiz in science or sports, another might be a history buff," she said. "A diverse team highlights people's different strengths, knowledge and interests.
"One of the best features of Trivia Night is that it brings people together in a fun environment," she added. "Finding common ground in a team setting is a great way to meet new people. Our vision is always to bring our customers events and programs that interest them and that they enjoy."
For more information, visit https://rucker.armymwr.com/us/rucker.