Everyone loves a quiz? Yes?
Well, we’re delighted to be launching the Derbyshire Decathlon Sports Quiz in November.
It’s a great opportunity to get people together from your business, club or organisation and pit your wits against other teams in a fun, social evening.
DIS Managing Director Chloe Maudsley said: “We’re organising it with our great friends and kit sponsors HUUB Design. Derby City Council is sponsoring the event, making it possible for us to host the night at the Derby Loves You venue on Derby Market Place. We’re hoping that it will become an annual event. There’s even a trophy at stake: the Derbyshire Decathlon Trophy, which has been sponsored by DIS sponsor, computer support and services company Wytech. Book your team in now!”
Many local businesses are supporting the event with prizes, including; Colleague Box, White Peak Distillery, Derby Runner, Divine Box, Raleigh UK, British Athletics, Derby Runner, Starbucks, Project D and others to be confirmed soon.
All profit made on the night will be used by DIS to help support its work with talented, local athletes ahead of the Commonwealth Games, the Paris 2024 Olympics and the Los Angeles 2028 Olympics.
Chloe added: “Dean Jackson, CEO of Huub, and I wanted to organise an annual event for people to have some fun and win some unique prizes! Dean and I both have a real passion for sport and we hope to inspire the Derbyshire business community to enjoy being sociable through sport”.
The quiz takes place on Thursday, November 25. Teams can arrive from 5pm onwards to enjoy some food, drink and bonding time. You can order and pay for your food in advance at derbymarketplace.co.uk/order-in.
The 10-round quiz will start at 7.30pm.
It costs £100 per team to enter (maximum 10 members) and that includes your own table at the venue. A maximum of 12 teams can enter and at the time of writing there are just five tables left. So don’t delay if you want to be part of this event.
To book, contact Chloe using the online form below, or ring her on 07974 231564.
The event is also supported by The Government and the European Regional Development Fund through the Welcome Back Fund to support the safe return of events and activities to high streets and town and city centres.