A DRAMATIC improvement to your event.
Tuesday August 22nd 2017



Trade Show Booth Ideas that Engage

Games engage and teach.

The Opposite of play is not work, it’s depression.  -Brian Sutton-Smith

That’s why we came up with this way to bring people into your booth at a trade show.

Playful interaction at the corner of your booth will engage attendees in a quiz format that teaches them about your product or service. The point is to engage, inform and then move the attendees into the booth for more relevant and detailed information.

Engage and Release

The format can be as short as 8 minutes …which allows us to move a lot of people through your booth. The content is all about your product or service….it’s not material that is cleverly tied to your material…it is your material.*


And at the end everyone who plays wins a Million Dollar Bill.
Call us and let’s talk about how easy it is for you to deliver lots of leads
Our “No Drama” approach ensures that you don’t have to work hard for us to make you look good. We are able to get most of our questions from your web site, a few data sheets and a conversation or two.

Engaging audiences and involving them in the story ensures that your message isn’t just delivered…it’s inspired action.

It’s about YOUR message not tricks

*We’ve seen it all. Pool Tricks, Large Canvas Painters, Tap Dancers as well as a Fashion Show. These things are fun…but this bring a different element to your message. But the connection between this and your message can be confusing. We make the show about your message.

About: William Hall:
William Hall is an actor, trainer and improviser living in San Francisco, CA. He works with companies to engage and involve audiences at Trade Shows, Conferences and Training Sessions. He is a founder of BATS Improv and the author of The Playbook: Improv Games for Performers.