Saturday, December 7, 2013 from 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM (EST)
Get ready for a rollicking romp around Midtown in this exhilarating scavenger hunt presented in partnership between TechTown and Wayne State University's College of Fine Performing and Communication Arts! Your team of four or more will decipher clues that will lead you to five Noel Night destinations. At each destination, you'll get your passport stamped by one of our reindeer. The first three teams to cross the finish line with a complete passport will receive a jolly pack of prizes.
Meet at the giant reindeer at the southwest corner of Warren and Woodward Avenues! The reindeer round up begins at 4:45 p.m. -- teams must be checked in by 4:55 p.m. to participate. Then at 5 p.m. when we say "Go!," you will be given your passport and sent on your way.
Reindeer Run Rules
Win a prize pack by being one of the first three teams to cross the finish line with a passport stamped from each clue location.
HOW TO PLAY:
- Meet at the giant reindeer on the SW corner of Woodward and Warren Avenues to check in.
- You'll receive the clue list and your team's passport, then you'll be sent on your way.
- Decipher each clue and travel to each location to receive a stamp in your passport, then proceed with the next clue.
- Once your passport has all five location stamps, hurry to the finish line to be one of the first three teams to cross the finish line and snag a prize.
- Teams must have four or more participants.
- Teams must stay together -- you will not receive a passport stamp if your entire team is not present at each location.
- Teams must present a complete passport at the finish line.
- Reindeer Run is a timed event. Teams must complete their passport and reach the finish line no later than 6:15 p.m. to be eligible for a prize.
*****THIS EVENT IS NOT A MARATHON OR RACE.
When & Where
TechTown Detroit is the most established business accelerator in the city – founded specifically to develop and grow sustainable technology businesses. Today its work supports industry verticals that are specific to the region’s inherent assets and address the city’s identified needs, supporting not only tech businesses but also retail and wholesale enterprises for a more holistic approach to economic development. TechTown is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit and is located within the Woodward Technology Corridor SmartZone. To learn more, visit techtowndetroit.org.