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Looking for something a little different? Something that will engage your guests? You need DJ Bob! Bob has been a professional Trivia Host for over 20 years and can even write special Trivia that will pertain to your event and audience.

Psychologists say that Trivia (or knowing obscure facts) is good for our mental health … but it’s also just plain FUN! Everyone likes friendly competition and Bob will monitor your teams and track wins and losses to determine a final winner! Because he handles all of the details, you and your team just have to sit back and engage your brains.

Below are a few sample questions – but Bob will come up with more … and again, he can customize the Trivia questions for your event!

Sample Trivia Questions

Thanks to uneven glacial activity in the Great Lakes Basin thousands of years ago, there are about 35,000 islands scattered throughout the five Great Lakes of Huron, Michigan, Erie, Superior, and Ontario.
E.T. The Extraterrestrial - The 1982 movie surpassed Star Wars to become the highest grossing film of all time. The movie held that record for 11 years until it was surpassed by Jurassic Park in 1993.
Sacred writing - People were unable to decipher hieroglyphs until the discovery of the Rosetta Stone which contained a message from Pharaoh Ptolemy V.
Hamlet - Hamlet has 4,042 lines and 29,551 words. The play is Shakespeare’s most produced play and most filmed. Hamlet is the second most filmed story in the world, second only to Cinderella.
Jupiter - Jupiter is the largest planet in our solar system in terms of mass, volume, and surface. Jupiter’s diameter is roughly 11 times that of Earth. Jupiter’s mass is one thousandth that of the sun but 2.5 times the mass of all the planets in our solar system combined. Jupiter also boasts the largest moon in our solar system with its moon Ganymede.
Pete Best - Pete Best was the drummer for The Beatles from 1960-1962; he was later replaced by Ringo Starr.
Saint Augustine, Florida - The Spanish explorer Pedro Menéndez de Avilés established a settlement there in 1565.