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Future of Casino Events Depends on Success of Casino Night Or Casino Fundraiser.

I have been thinking of organizing a Vegas-style casino night. I heard Blackjack and Roulette are possible the easier games for newcomers to casino events to learn. Some experienced casino fundraiser attendees told me Texas Hold’em may not be a good game for beginners.

Learning how to play the game is helping me determine what gambling tables I need: poker, craps, Blackjack, Texas Hold’em, Caribbean Stud and others. This way I can provide more experienced players casino events better suited to their skills.

Verify Any Rental Company’s Credentials

I asked a friend and she gave me the name of a very good rental company that provides casino night tables, at reasonable rates, for a casino fundraiser. I called and one of the company’s representatives told me they use only professional equipment and not table toppers.
With more than eight years experience, the representative explained some casino “companies” do not even own their own equipment, as his employer did. Instead, these other companies charge customers double for using their equipment to cover their contract fees.

Casino Night Is Fun For All

What type of fun does one order for casino night? I discovered magicians who do card tricks and fortune tellers are popular.

And, couples may also enjoy a souvenir of the evening to take home: a caricature of themselves. I’ve always enjoyed watching caricature artists work at other locations. Families can enjoy a casino fundraiser together.

Raffle or Auction for Casino Fundraiser prizes ?

Is it better to raffle or auction? A friend with event-planning experience told raffles were better because casino night attendees receive tickets. Other friend suggested an auction.

I will need to look at the amount of time for set-up, dinner, entertainment and gambling before deciding. And, the number of guests attending may influence whether prizes are raffled or sold auction-style.

I haven’t given much thought to table decorations during casino events before. But, you can be sure my arms will be full of bolts of sheer purple material before Feb. 2 casino night.

Perhaps sit-down dinners will enjoy a single red, white or black balloon tree, at each table.

Better yet, who doesn’t love the smell of cold, green cash or want fabulous prizes? I am beginning to see why planning casino events is hard. However, seeing people smile is worth months of planning.