EACH answer counts at sell out quiz

EACH answer counts at sell out quiz

Mar 07, 2018

Local trivia buffs from Suffolk businesses were pitted against each other – all in the name of charity - as EACH hosted their sell out EACH Quiz Night.

The event, which took place on Thursday 22nd February at Novotel in Ipswich, saw 16 teams of the charity’s corporate supporters vying to be crowned the winner.

Quizmaster for the evening was our CEO Graham Butland who hosted rounds on 2017, coffee and flags of the world. The scores were tight at the top towards the end, with ‘No one expects the Spanish inquizzition’ a combined team from Just Recruitment and University of Suffolk finally taking the top spot.

The event raised an impressive £2,093!

​The night was kindly sponsored by Just Recruitment who are long term supporters of the charity, Peter Foy (Director, Just Recruitment) said: "Just Recruitment was proud to support such a successful event for our corporate charity partner EACH. As a company with strong roots in the East Anglian Community, we feel it is important to support an organisation that gives so much to the region. We look forward to working to raise more income for the charity throughout 2018."

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