Roll A Dice

Create excitement or fundraise
with a ‘Masters Dice Roll’

Stage a “Major” contest at your event with a Masters Dice Roll. We’ll provide a set of seven branded dice (as shown above) complete with your logo plus an event pack with signs and a branded dice tray. You run the contest offering guests the chance to win a trip for four to the US Masters. If anyone rolls the dice and lands all seven letters face up, they’re a winner! A great way to create additional entertainment during the day or evenings entertainment.

Other themes and prizes can be incorporated if you wish to offer cars or cash for example as a prize.

Our Masters Dice Roll Package includes

  • Insurance for a main prize
  • A set of seven Masters Dice branded with your logo
  • A fully branded colour dice tray
  • One 4 x 2 ft and one 11 x 17inch branded colour promotional sign

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