Even the best puzzle hunts need planning. Someone’s got to register the teams, find pubs, hand out slips of paper, check that the pubs serve good beer, make sure the puzzles work, jolly everyone along, and accept the thanks of many happy puzzlers.
It’s not difficult. A day to check out the route and make bookings, another day to run a playtest, a few hours to process teams, some paper to organise, and performance day. Tinsley, the International Co-Ordinator, has put together this information pack for city leads.
I was last year’s city lead for London, and I will do everything I can to make DASH a success. I pledge to transfer
- experience about venues and locations
- advice about team sizes
- social media accounts
- details of useful helpers
- last year’s financial surplus
DASH can only run if someone leads it. Right now, there is no leader for London. And no leader means no DASH.
Can you lead the crew? Will you make 150 puzzlers very happy? Email firstname.lastname@example.org, and let’s talk.