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The only thing more fun than playing Parley is Hosting!

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One thing every event planner knows is how hard it can be to get a group of people to mingle

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But what if your GUEST ENGAGEMENT became as easy as ordering the food, music and drinks?

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HOSTING 101

For Work, Business or Pleasure, Hosting is all about conducting events to ensure a great time.

You may want to hire an Emcee or Emcee yourself. Either way, Fête will ensure engagement and:

Assist with Check-in, Automatically Distribute Game Pieces, Trade Player Assets, Tally Scorecards, & Announce Winners

Be sure to have the prizes ready!

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HOW TO HOST?

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“1-2-3” Complete the:

  1. “Become a Host” Form
  2. “Create a Game” Form
  3. Host Packet Reading
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Check-in Your Guests

3 Check-in Options to best suit your needs

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START & STOP

Distribute Game Pieces & Land Cards: Press START to Begin Player Trades & STOP to Cease Trades, Then the Scoring Begins

FÊTE HOSTING

FOR FRIENDS

Somebody HAS to Host and it’s your turn

FOR COWORKERS

Meeting Planner or HR?
Here’s a way to liven-up Monday - Friday afternoons & Holidays

FOR FAMILY

Family Reunion?
Everyone will chat with each other & thank you for it

FOR SOCIETY

Gala? Fundraiser? Just a swank party? Roll out the carpet & Fête

FOR GROUPS

People everywhere want to meet others for Dating, Friendship & Laughs Set Your Price & They Will Come

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What Kind of Host Are You

Fête Games for Entrepreneurs

HOSTS SET THEIR OWN PRICES

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Footing the Bill for your guests?

Corporate Meetings etc.
Purchase enough credits for everyone & give them the Game Code to RSVP for free

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Hosting to Make $$$?

Set your price, along with your date, time, location, description and/or theme; Share on Social Media, Partner with local Bars or Art Galleries - the possibilities are endless

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Are You a Great Host?

Corporations, Regional & Local Businesses, Non-Profits & Private Parties Pay Well for Great Emcees!

BRINGING THE WORLD CLOSER TOGETHER

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Photo attribution: Louis Reed

“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.”

- Helen Keller

Fêtes (pronounced Fets - like Jets) have been celebrated across human civilization for thousands of years with dancing, singing, games, feasts and competitions. Celebrating life and one another is quintessentially human and creatively inclusive. What will you do with yours?

“People who think and feel and work together make civilization.”

- Helen Keller

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