Chuck E. Cheese's introduces new scavenger hunt activity

March 12, 2012

Chuck E. Cheese's restaurants now feature a new in-store scavenger hunt activity, Chuck E.'s Mouse Hunt.

The activity sends kids and parents on a scavenger hunt in search of answers to a series of clues. Once completing the challenge, kids will earn 50 free Chuck E. Cheese's tickets toward prizes.

"We're always looking for ways to rekindle the special moments family, friends and guests enjoy each and every time they come to visit us at Chuck E. Cheese's," said Gary Frank, creative director. "In keeping with this idea, our Mouse Hunt will help kids and parents experience Chuck E. Cheese's in a whole new way, make new memories and learn some Chuck E. fun facts, all while winning tickets for bigger and better prizes."

To begin their adventure, kids and families must download and print Chuck E.'s Mouse Hunt worksheet online.

From there, families can visit participating Chuck E. Cheese's locations where they can work together, divide into teams or compete against each other to find the correct answers for Chuck E. fun facts. Once the questions are completed, parents and kids can take the worksheet to the prize counter and redeem it for 50 free Chuck E. Cheese's tickets. One free worksheet can be redeemed per child, per day. The offer expires on April 30.

Additionally, Chuck E. Cheese's encourages families to share their experiences by emailing pictures or videos to where they may turn up on Chuck E.'s Facebook page.

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Topics: Chuck E. Cheese's Pizza , Customer Service / Experience , Marketing / Branding / Promotion , Online / Mobile / Social

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