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The BCCJ’s Not at the Pub Quiz II

Thursday 25 Mar | 19.00 P.M. - 21.30 p.m.

The BCCJ's Pub Quiz is back for a second bout, on a mission to fill your hunger for trivia, and thirst for a tasty beverage. We may not be able to offer you a printed sheet sticky with ale or a wise-looking dog watching patiently in the corner, but we can do our best to make the picture round as blurry as possible, and bring together groups of people you half recognise.

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Written by Sam

The BCCJ’s Pub Quiz is back for a second bout, on a mission to fill your hunger for trivia, and thirst for a tasty beverage. We may not be able to offer you a printed sheet sticky with ale or a wise-looking dog watching patiently in the corner, but we can do our best to make the picture round as blurry as possible, and bring together groups of people you half recognise.

It has been 10 months since EY Japan conquered our first online pub quiz, and I imagine many of you have been plotting your revenge ever since. Well, now is your chance. Round up the troops, as we bring Quiz-Meister General, Nick Reese to centre stage, with 6 rounds of quick-fire questions. And for the winners, a fantastic selection of prizes await!

This year, we will once again be quizzing with a purpose, to support two fantastic charities we wholeheartedly support:

 

Rules

We will be taking an authoritarian approach to anyone caught using Google-sensei. Instant disqualification! (Ye been warned)

 

How it works

1) Round up a team of 4-6 individuals
(Solo participants and smaller teams also welcome. Just let us know and we will pair you up!)

2) Send the BCCJ team an email ([email protected]), containing
i. Participant names (teammates and individuals can be changed or added later)
ii. Participant email addresses
iii.Team name

3) Send a donation of your choosing to THIS PAGE

4) The BCCJ will provide each team with a Google Doc to submit your answers, a link to the webstream, and further instructions on March 23, noon.

5) Enjoy (and try not to come in last)!

 

If we haven’t tempted you enough already, it gets better. Our Food and Beverage members have your tastebuds covered with a fantastic range of products delivered right to your doorstep!

Wimbledon Brewery

The team at Wimbledon Brewery, beer sponsors of the British Business Awards 2019, are offering a 10% discount on their lager/IPA 6-pack set, exclusively for BCCJ members and Pub Quiz participants on orders made on their online store.
Web link: https://wbjp.stores.jp/items/6010d0162438602fd23c2d06
Discount code: fFCDyYmBwV

MORE TO FOLLOW…

Wimbledon Brewery

The team at Wimbledon Brewery, beer sponsors of the British Business Awards 2019, are offering a 10% discount on their lager/IPA 6-pack set, exclusively for BCCJ members and Pub Quiz participants on orders made on their online store.
Web link: https://wbjp.stores.jp/items/6010d0162438602fd23c2d06
Discount code: fFCDyYmBwV

MORE TO FOLLOW…

Charities

C.W. Nicol Afan Woodland Trust

C.W. Nicol Afan Forest Foundation (Afan Center) continues the legacy set up by beloved figure in Japan, Nagano-based conservationist, Clive William Nicol. The foundation has a mission to restore natural habitats while developing a prosperous wildlife society essential to supporting Japan’s diverse ecosystem. The Foundation also seeks to enhance the understanding of biodiversity in Japan through education and experience. Learn more HERE

C.W. Nicol Afan Woodland Trust

C.W. Nicol Afan Forest Foundation (Afan Center) continues the legacy set up by beloved figure in Japan, Nagano-based conservationist, Clive William Nicol. The foundation has a mission to restore natural habitats while developing a prosperous wildlife society essential to supporting Japan’s diverse ecosystem. The Foundation also seeks to enhance the understanding of biodiversity in Japan through education and experience. Learn more HERE

Place to Grow

Place to Grow is a 100% volunteer-led nonprofit that strives to connect and inspire a rising generation of leaders in disaster-stricken Tohoku communities. Founded in 2011 in the aftermath of the March 11 earthquake, Tsunami and Nuclear disasters, the organisation has developed from a first responders emergency aid organization, to providing long term community support.

Place to Grow

Place to Grow is a 100% volunteer-led nonprofit that strives to connect and inspire a rising generation of leaders in disaster-stricken Tohoku communities. Founded in 2011 in the aftermath of the March 11 earthquake, Tsunami and Nuclear disasters, the organisation has developed from a first responders emergency aid organization, to providing long term community support.