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Register as a competitor: bit.ly/ReadingRumble2018
Reading Rumble 2018 event is a team trivia tournament & fundraiser for Adult Literacy in Waterloo Region.
We invite everyone to enter a team (of 3 to 6 people), commit to reading the 3 Reading Rumble selected book titles in 3 months, and try to collect pledges to raise funds & awareness in support of Adult Literacy in Waterloo Region.
By competing at the Reading Rumble Trivia Tournament on Saturday, September 8th 2018 (1 to 4 pm), you have the opportunity to WIN great prizes & huge bragging rights!
The selected book titles for Reading Rumble 2018 are:
- The Scorpion Rules, by local author Erin Bow
- Girl Runner, by local author Carrie Snyder
- The Hound of the Baskervilles, by Arthur Conan Doyle
Spectators are welcome, get a free ticket (above) to let us know you're coming!
How to get involved:
- Team Captains must start by registering themselves & creating a team page online: bit.ly/ReadingRumble2018
- Choose a Team Name, build your team fundraising page, invite your teammates via email.
- Once all your teammates accept their invitations to join your team, everyone will have access to the team fundraising page and get to build their own personal fundraising pages.
- Check out the full Competitors Package for the answers to all your questions!
- For the next 3 months, get reading & start fundraising & spreading the word! Your team is invited to collect pledges/donations to become the Top Fundraising team/individual before the Reading Rumble Trivia Tournament.
- Your whole team will participate in the Reading Rumble Trivia Tournament on on Saturday September 8th 2018 (1 to 4 pm) at Kitchener Public Library. There will be 3 trivia rounds with the final Rumble Round to determine the winning teams at 3 pm.
- The winning trivia teams and top fundraisers will be announced & receive their awards after the final Rumble Round.
If you have any questions about the event or how to get involved, please contact Robin Crank at Project READ Literacy Network Waterloo-Wellington: