How to Run a Successful Casino Night Party.

How to Run a Successful Casino Night Party.

A casino night is one of the best events for company engagement. Experienced players enjoy it because it gives them a chance to play without the risks of really losing your money.  Novices like it because it gives them the chance to learn the games and practice without the risk of losing.

RH Events & Catering Casino Night party protocol:

We give each guest a ticket, coupon or token upon entering the event that is worth $ 25,000 in play chips.  If you’re going to have an outrageous casino party we think you should start with outrageous money!  We have craps, roulette, blackjack and poker tables. Most of our events have a number of each, depending on number of attendees and budget.

Guests take their ticket, coupon or token to any of our tables, and receive $ 25,000 worth of chips.  Each player gets the same number of $100, $500, $1,000, $5,000 and $10,000 chips.

There is a set time limit on play at the tables determined by number of guests, players and other entertainment.  We suggest no longer than 2 hours of play and may even suggest a break.  Near the end of the casino night, we typically give  a 15, 10 and 5 minute warning that play is ending soon.

At the end of casino play, each guest will redeem their chips at any of the gaming tables for raffle tickets.  Each raffle ticket is worth $10,000 in chips.

Example, if a player has $40,000 in chips, they will get 4 tickets to put in the drawings.  These will be two connected tickets with the guest holding one half and the other being placed into the raffle drum.

People love to get prizes!  The more tickets your guest has the more chances they have to win whatever prizes you have at the event.  We suggest a number of prizes, culminating in a “grand prize”.

A casino theme party makes for a fun corporate event.  They are great for holiday parties or just nice to have during the winter months.  It is another opportunity for your company to encourage social interaction among the various departments in your organization.  Plus, it’s a whole lot of fun!