Last updated on March 16, 2016
By: Gayla Collier, Staff Writer
Volunteer State Community College is hosting the Thinkfast Game Show. It will be held in the Mary Nichols Dining Room A on Wednesday, March 2 at 12:45 p.m.
The Office of Student Life and Diversity Initiative contracted the show through TjohnE production.
“Thinkfast is the standard, and by far the most awarded interactive program ever with various college voting entities since it’s inception in 1995,” according to TjohnE website.
TjohnE tours five productions of Thinkfast year round.
Anyone who wants to participate needs to be in the tiled dining room, Wood Campus building, by 12:45 p.m.
The game show will provide 100 wireless controllers so students can participate.
A host will keep the show moving with trivia questions and implement interactive activities.
There are chances to win wildcard spots, which will allow you to win and move further along in the game.
“I have not heard of this event, but if there will be prizes you can win, I will be willing to participate in the activities,” said Leandrew Hayes, a Vol State student.
Trivia questions about women’s history will be asked for the Women’s History series in March. There will be interactive activities.
“Our trivia development staff works hard to provide a diverse array of shows, with various degrees of difficulty.
“Our clients can select from shows in our inventory, or they can request a custom program to fit a specific event,” according to the TjohnE website.
“People can expect high energy and a fun atmosphere,” said Tabitha Sherrell, Coordinator of Student Activities.
The event will be free. For more information regarding the Thinkfast game show, visit college.tjohne.com or go by the office of Student Life and Diversity Initiatives.