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Take your chance to 'Advance to Go' with ITA*

Show off your knowledge of London venues by playing ITA’s ‘human monopoly’ game

For two days the ITA* team is turning one corner of London’s hottest events show into a ‘human monopoly board’ where event bookers can win a series of fantastic prizes by showing off their knowledge of the London venues scene.
At Square Meal Venues & Events Live, ITA* will unveil its amazing ‘monopoly challenge’ that is part board-game and part London general-knowledge quiz.


Games will run throughout the day on both 17th and 18th September and by booking your place on one of the sessions you can turn yourself into a human playing piece and compete with friends, colleagues and competitors on a giant board.

To progress around this board you have to answer a series of questions about iconic London venues and eliminate the other contestants and then win a prize. Once you know the answer to a question simply find the correct ‘Property’ on the giant board and hop onto it. But don’t be the last to do so - if you snooze you lose. There will also be opportunities to: ‘Advance to Go’; open an ‘ITA* Treasure Chest’; and even ‘Go to Jail’ as you seek to show that you’ve got London covered. Prizes include: VIP lunches at Hampton Court Palace; Mac makeup makeovers at Selfridges; riverside dinner for two at the critically-acclaimed restaurant Perkin Reveller; and Victoria’s Secret lingerie vouchers.

“It should be great fun,” said ITA* sales director Kate McIntosh. “We all think we know London venues like the back of our hands, so this is the chance to see who is best! At ITA* we like to say ‘we’ve got London covered’ so now we can prove it.”

Date: 17th September 9am – 7pm; 18th September 9am-5pm

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