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Best Parties Ever launches Party Animals quiz

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Best Parties Ever, leading Christmas party provider and part of Eventist Group, has launched a search for party animals in an interactive campaign ahead of the rapidly approaching Christmas party season.

The “What Christmas Party Animal Are You?” quiz, guides users through a series of questions around behaviour at Christmas parties, to ultimately define what type of party animal they are.

The results are 18 tongue in cheek characters ranging from a “Lounging Walrus” to a “Frivolous Fox” or “Sassy Vixen”.  After taking the fun-filled quiz, participants will be able to share results across social media and encourage friends to find out which character represents their party persona. Participants will also be given the chance to win £500 of Selfridge’s vouchers which could be used to buy the ultimate Christmas party outfit.

Best Parties Ever, which caters for 175,000 guests at 22 locations at Christmas, will be hosting their annual extravaganzas at venues across the UK. Each festive event has a unique and exciting theme, which this year will include “Dream Circus”, “Neo Victorian Fantasy” and “Midnight in Monte Carlo”. The creative Christmas party provider anticipates that the Party Animals quiz will add another layer to client experiences, as well as make sure all personality types are catered for.  

Managing director of Eventist Group, Tim Stevens commented, “With so many different groups of people attending each of our regional Christmas parties, there is a huge variety of characters and we see all types of activity. We thought this would be a lively and entertaining way of identifying who everyone is, and we hope it’s fun to find out.”

Booking your place at one of the Best Parties Ever festivities will entitle you to a night of sumptuous food, lavishly decorated venues, thrilling entertainment and meeting a wide variety of fellow party animals.

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