ZorkFest 2018 – Charity Craps Tournament
5/25 Friday 8:30pm
(Tournament is after the ZorkFest VIP Dinner)
The craps tournament is to support a charity that Adam (Travel Fanboy) has been supporting and working with for many years, Pangea Educational Development.
* This private craps tournament will have professional dealers from Treasure Island (Single Craps table with Pit boss and Dealers)
* We will also feature EXCLUSIVE craps lessons from Mark of You Can Bet on That during the VIP Dinner! This is your chance to learn to play craps, and ask any of your craps questions.
* Tournament is great for beginners (or those who have never played craps) and the most avid dice players.
OPEN TO EVERYONE (NO ZorkFest Ticket Required)
$125 craps tournament fee (Please also consider purchasing a ZorkFest Travel Loyalty Conference Ticket or High Roller VIP Ticket)
-All ZorkFest Ticket holders who -ALSO- buy-in for the Charity Craps Tournament get an UPGRADE to a VIP Reserved seat at Podcasters After Dark
OPEN TO EVERYONE
-Prizes to be announced
-In order to have the tournament, at least 20 participants have to sign-up.
Pangea Educational Development (Pangea) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization committed to empowering schools and unifying communities through the development of sustainable educational change in Uganda. We believe education underscores development across every sector in every country around the world, empowering individuals to change their own lives and their countries future. Despite this, 256 million children remain out of school today including 1 of 4 African children. Of those attending school, a large portion remain illiterate after 5 years of schooling. In order for education to make a change, education itself needs to improve in these areas of the world. Pangea started with three inspired volunteers on the back of a bus and a question: how can we end dependency on aid and create a long-lasting impact in communities? The solution was clear: education. Over the past 7 years, Pangea has grown from an unanswered question into a tangible reality. Over 200 volunteers have traveled to our school sites in Uganda and witnessed first-hand the power true sustainability can have on schools and their communities. Our projects have impacted the lives of thousands of Ugandans through making systemic change.