The Jersey Prize Team Invades Annandale [PHOTOS]
What do a smashed up car, rides, Spiderman trivia, Yankees Tickets, and people in horse jockey gear all have in common? No, you didn’t read that sentence wrong–all of those things were part of our night at The Immaculate Conception Carnival in Annandale!
To start off the night, frisbees went flying everywhere as guests tried to win prizes with The Jersey Prize Team. Next, we put four teens to the test on their Spiderman Smarts, and gave away a Spiderman Blu-Ray set. But then the games got more interesting…
What would you do to win passes to Monmouth Park Racetrack? Would it involve wearing crazy horse jockey jackets and showing off your knowledge (or lack of knowledge) of New Jersey trivia? Well that’s what four adults got themselves into! It was a great time, and we got to give away awesome prizes.
And it didn’t stop there…guests had the chance to dance against one of Prize Team members for a chance to win Trenton Thunder Tickets. Who were the lucky winners you ask? A woman with a baby in a stroller, and a woman who should NOT be dancing.
The highlight of the night was when Ray The Prize Guy’s sacred Yankee Tickets were raffled off to one lucky winner. I wish you were there to see the look on the crowd’s face when the winner was called. Don’t worry, the lucky winner got away safely!
Now, you’re definitely wondering where the smashed up car comes in, right? Guests who had a rough week, anger management problems, or who just really liked to smash things were able to attack an old police car with a sledgehammer. Even Matthew McConaughey (or someone who REALLY looked like him) joined in on the fun. Let’s be thankful that no one has to pay off the damages on that car…
All in all, we had a really great time. Don’t miss out on the fun, and join us at our upcoming events!
Although I’m sure my detailed blog gave you a PERFECT description of how the night went, you should check out these photos to give you an even better idea of our time…
Diana Gebbia from Rider University contributed to this article.