Criterion is getting ready for a night of trivia fun!

Aug 18
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It’s that time of year, when the Criterion family come together for our next CGC event; a night of trivia fun!

This year, Criterion’s Corporate Giving Committee (CGC) are hosting a Christmas in July Trivia night and Raffle Prize for the Criterion family. Due to a very busy and successful conferencing period in July, we moved the date to Friday, 24th of August. So the event is now Christmas Julyish!

The CGC have organsied two parts to the Christmas in Julyish night, first part being the trivia game. The Criterion family will be forming into 10 teams competing for a very exciting, yet to be announced prize! There will also be a prize for the best ugliest jumper worn on the evening. The Trivia quiz masters for the night will be Todd from Client Sales, and myself, Mardi from Marketing.

The second part to the night will be the draw of our Christmas in Julyish Hamper Prizes. We have 4 amazing hampers that are currently being raffled off to the office, as well as friends and family. The CGC team have done an amazing job sourcing the below prizes for these raffles. 

Ist Prize – Date Night

2nd Prize

3rd Prize

4th Prize

On the night, we will also be holding a silent auction in the office for the following:

All funds raised from the trivia night and raffle will be donated to The Smith Family. As Criterion believes in the continuous improvement of quality education for all students, The Smith Family is a very fitting choice this CGC event. The Smith Family is a national, independent children’s charity helping disadvantaged Australians get the most out of their education, so they can create better futures for themselves.

To get involved in our raffle and make a donation, please contact Tracey,


Submitted by Mardi Herisson

Mardi Herisson

Mardi is a marketing coordinator at Criterion Conferences who assists with paving the way for leaders to connect within their respective sector. She has studied Primary Education, History and Anthropology at university, with a love for teaching and learning about new perspectives. Mardi has a passion for traveling and exploring, and has even reached the summit of Mt Kilimanjaro.

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