Thursday, October 29, 2020 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM EDT
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AFCEA CMD Trivia Night Registration 



This special trivia night event will be replacing our usual Camden Yards 2020 event due to COVID-19.

Pub style trivia games are all the rage. In this age of social distancing, the trivia challenge has gone “virtual.” Now AFCEA Central MD is bringing this exciting, fun, and challenging competition to our membership that could not participate in the annual Orioles Game at Camden Yards. The trivia contest is set up to be a challenge amongst several teams. You can form your own team or let AFCEA know and we will group you together. There will be a maximum of 50 teams for this event.

Each team will compete in a series of games each of ten questions. All answers will be multiple choice and each team submits just one answer per question. There will be PRIZES for the winning team of each game. Questions will be fun and entertaining. You do not need to be a “brainiac” or a Jeopardy champion to have fun and compete. All you need is just some general knowledge of a lot of different subjects. So shake off the COVID dust and get your team together to come out and compete at this fun, new AFCEA event.

To see a demo of how the trivia event will work, click here: https://www.crowd.live/FXFPW

SPONSORS: Please use your 2019 sponsor code to register for free!

GENERAL ATTENDEES: Price is $20 per person or $150 per team with ALL proceeds going to benefit STEM education in the local community.


About our Chapter

AFCEA Central Maryland Chapter (AFCEA-CMD) is a non-profit membership association dedicated to providing an ethical, interactive forum for sharing knowledge and building relationships across government, military, industry and academia.

Our Chapter, over 1500 members strong, focuses primarily on enabling the intelligence missions of today and tomorrow through education and investment in talented people and support of future leaders in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). Each year, proceeds from our Chapter Sponsors and Chapter events enable us to award over $200,000 to qualified students and teachers through scholarships, endowments, and grants.