About That Tricky Tray.. I Just Want To Say_Chapter 11 (Closed)
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I see that alot of people complain about he 10 dollar admissions. I run a Tricky Tray also and use that $ 10 dollars to pay for the hall and the coffee and cookies and cake or what ever else . We also give a sheet of tickets . Hope you all understand.
Calling was fast except she kept having to repeat the numbers because people weren't paying attention.
This was our fourth time at this TT and we'll be back. You guys know how to run a great Tricky Tray.
I've been to the Noah's Ark, and Green is comparable, if not better, and certainly has more baskets. Green had 400+ regulars and at least 15 super prizes in 4 levels. AND, Green doesnt charge admission!
It's nice to help homeless, defenseless animals for a change! WE will nominate this TT for Tricky Tray of the Year!
WE have absolutely NO complaints. Caller was fast and did not describe the trays. (we had programs). It started on time and ended at 1030p. No intermission either!
Thank you volunteers you did a great job again! WE will be back again next year. Sorry to say I didn't win anything!
2. "door prizes" for tables - not everyone was sitting at tables
3. the caller did a little too much pausing between numbers (to wait for confirm on prior winner)
4. he would quickly describe before calling (we had programs, no need)
5. the mic system was not strong enough for a gymnasium full of chatty women
I must say though, that the number of great prizes and food options (including free coffee which was not half bad) really off-set any issues.
The heading under TT Blog states this is a site to "Sound Off" about TT's, Good or Bad.
After reading the flyers stating the Lafayette tt is the best tt and a high class tt... WE decided to attend it on Friday night, hoping it had improved since last year. Well, it did not. Nor was it "high class". WE did voice our "opinion" last year stating there are too many specials. (about 75 or so). Which realistically is impossible to be in... considering what it would cost. That's in addition to the regular 275 baskets. We had never been to a tt with so many specials. WE are sorry that you did not take this in the spirit it was given....As constructive criticism. Instead nothing changed for the better. There were again too specials.
The calling did not start until 820p instead of 8p. The caller was fine until he decided to read off the names of the donors of the supers. (we had a program). In the beginning he said he would only call the numbers without description. Then at 1020p came an intermission of 10 minutes, which turned into 23 minutes. Attendees were upset and yelling "no intermission". The group did get rowdy. It finally ended at 1130pm, way too late. Doors opened at 6pm.
You seem to be confused as to the purpose of TT's. All Tricky Trays are fundraisers not just yours.
(see your blog of 4/12/08 841am).
You did not make it a fun night. More than tweeking is necessary.
You have a lot of nerve to tell someone on this blog to go somewhere else because they do not have the same opinion as you. We gave you constructive criticism LAST YEAR and said nothing to you THIS YEAR. Your personal attack on this blog was totally unnecessary.
WE go to many TT's and leave excellent reviews for those TT's that deserve it.
Anyone go to Sandyston-Walpack? I couldn't make it...
I went to the Noah's Ark TT last night and thought it was one of the best I have attended. The 50/50 sellers are real personable and walk around all night. Their hearts are really in it. You can tell they love helping the animals. All the volunteers are friendly. Great night. thank you.
I went too and wasn't impressed.
Hope they don't tell me not to come back because I didn't think it was that good. I've already decided not to come back next year. Too expensive for my taste.
My daughter is a student in Lafayette. I went to support the TT because of this. I have to admit we left after the regulars. It was just top expensive to buy the special, super specials, mega specials and the 50/50. I did my part to support the school and luckily I won. I'm disappointed in Lafayette's response to the blog. I can't understand why you would tell anyone to not come back. That's just bad business. For all you know they could have had something to do with the donations you solicited. It may come back to bite the PTO in the you know what.
If you didn't have people pay at the door, how would you keep count of how many went in - I think places have set numbers of people they can let in due to the fire marshal and local regulations.
I BLOG DO YOU???????????!!!!!!!!!!!!
Just speak the truth!
To correct the previous blogger: Special ticket prices were $1 each or 6 for $5...
I BLOG DO YOU???????????!!!!!!!!!!
They did start 1/2 hr. late. The callers took too long describing what was already in the booklet. Just call the numbers please. And did anyone else see the lady just hand two people door prizes? Their numbers definately weren't called.
Only bad thing was they too started 1/2 late and read all the prizes.
P.S. At my table we went home empty handed but we spent time with friends, support good causes and as an added bonus we were quite full.
This blog has gotten very nasty at times, but overall, it is suggestions and constructive criticism to help organizations run a successful and fun event. ORganizers, listen to these bloggers...they are the vast majority who fund your TT's and all they want is the most for the donated dollars.
I wish Tricky Trays were spread out through the spring/summer. I would attend them all!
This blog is starting to turn me off...I've never read such nasty, vendictive remarks in my life. You bloggers are giving us TT goers a bad name. I mean really, who is on the TT blog at 1:00 in the morning? Sounds to me like it is a person with a gripe.
If you are not into a particular TT just don't go back.
Eventually, event planners will become so sick of all of this negativity that TTs will become a thing of the past!
Come on people...there are so many other things going on in this world to be so passionate about.
LET IT GO!!!
Tricky Trays Blog quote...
A Blog To "Sound Off" About Tricky Trays & Tricky Tray Events & Fundraisers you have attended. Good or Bad...Just Keep It Clean.
What part of "good or bad" don't you understand? I haven't seen any UNCLEAN comments. I have only read about CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM.
for the blogger at 916am.....
If you want to talk about world events this is not the site for that.
I attended The Lafayette Tricky Tray, and thought it was great. I will be back next year.
Not sure what all the fuss is about, but when you are calling that many trays, it takes time. If that bothers you....go to a smaller scale one...I will be happy to return next year!
Anyone else go to the Hardyston one on that night? Interested in more info about that one.
While I do believe that a lot of good information can be obtained from this website, sometimes it really is in the toilet.
I don't think there will ever be a perfect TT or fundraising event of any kind - there are too many critical people out there who are too willing to complain and put people down.
I think I'll just do what I've always done and do it my way - so far we've been successful.
As I say, a lot of good information can eb obtained from this site, but some of you ladies (I trust it is women mainly) really need to lighten up or stay home.
You asked..advice was given and still you say you are going to do it your way again. Why did you ask for advice if you're going to do it your way anyway. Sounds like you wanted to hear what you wanted to hear and maybe you didn't so down the toilet with good advice from veteran TT attendees. If you are so successful why did you even ask for advice ? Again advice falling on deaf ears as so many of us have said. NO, we are not critical of every TT, We give good and bad reviews. I prefer to give good reviews ...which means I had a good time....which I prefer over bad times. Please do not tell me to not go to a TT because you don't like the reviews.
I am heavily involved with the Lafayette Tricky Tray and I couldn't take it anymore. I agree that we can use this sight for what it is, a forum for opinions, and a way for organizers to see what TT goers like and don't like. But for me to see comments like "you did not make it a fun night", "you should get a new bunch to run it" and "just another lie on your part", gets me a little upset to say the least. How is that constructive exactly?
We have taken many helpful hints from the comments here over the years. All our tickets are the same size, we call numbers quickly dumping the tickets out into another container WITHOUT looking at them, we provide free snacks and we don't charge admission. We all work extremely hard to make our event successful, as does anyone who puts on this kind of event. We welcome comments about how to make it better, but the personal attacks are hurtful and unneccessary. And frankly, they really clutter up the blog.
-A hardworking Lafayette Mom
It seems like our Tricky Tray is in the spotlight this year! First and most important, we would like to thank everyone who came out and supported us! It was one of our most successful events to date, the students and teachers of Lafayette will greatly benefit.
To set the record straight, of course we welcome all feedback, negative or positive and all constructive criticism. This is the only way that we know what we are doing right and what needs improvement for next year. Some pointers we have picked up from the blogs are: We pride ourselves in not charging admission, we always stick to the same ticket color for each level, we do not do “door prizes” but allow you to use the “door prize” ticket as a regular ticket, we provide snacks ,desserts, coffee and tea for free and charge a small fee for pizza and soda, we absolutely do not pull bent or double tickets and post signs throughout stating such, we have provided a dj for the past two years to make it more of a fun evening, we opt to have our event at the Wallkill High School so that our patrons are more comfortable in the auditorium seating, we believe our ticket prices are fair (Regulars $4 a sheet of 26 or 3 for $10, Specials $1 each or 6 for $5, Super Specials are $3 each or 4 for $10, Mega Specials are $5 each or 5 for $20) .
Admittedly there are things to improve upon. The night was longer than we would have liked. Next year we will not be reading the description of specials and supers, just calling the numbers to move the night along. Possibly starting the number calling at 7:30 instead of 8:00 was a suggestion we received.
It is obviously hard to please everyone, but we do strive to put out a high class tricky tray as we stated in flyers and signs. We do have a large following and mailing list of people who think that we are the best tricky tray around. Of course everyone is entitled to their own opinion. Some may think we have too many trays while others enjoy the large variety that we put out.
As far as giving the donating Lafayette families tickets, we do what we can to bring in the most donations in a timely fashion. These families do not receive their tickets until the actual night of our Tricky Tray (1 regular sheet, 1 special ticket and 1 super ticket if donated by January… 1 regular sheet and 1 special ticket if handed in by February, and 1 regular sheet for donations received by March). Most people are on hard financial times these days; including businesses who donate…we do what we can to bring in the biggest variety for our patrons. Thank you to the blogger who checked on the rules about this as we like to do things by the book.
Let me be clear that no one from the Lafayette PTO or Tricky Tray Committee have posted ANY of the negative messages flying around this blog. We can not be held responsible for what random bloggers post. Of course at the end of the night it is our goal to run a successful Tricky Tray and to make sure that most people walk away happy (winners and losers alike!). In the past we have offered a full refund before the number calling started to those who already purchased tickets, used their tickets and then did not think that we were up to par or were unhappy with our selection. We have never had any takers on this offer and hope that these people stayed the night and went home winners.
Sorry to be long winded, just wanted to clarify our position. To our loyal followers, we look forward to seeing you next year…to those who aren’t quite sure, we ask that you give us another try, and to those who just didn’t enjoy our Tricky Tray we wish you luck at whatever Tricky Tray you wind up at!!!
But enough said, hopefully we can move on to to discuss this weekend's TT now!
Here is a quote from a blogger on 4/12 at 841pm...... "That Your entitled to your opinion is exactly what it is - your opinion. I'm sure it is a good idea that you and your mother should go somewhere else next year since you are unhappy with us. Thanks for trying our Tricky Tray again this year as your did last year." ..... This quote certainly sounds like someone who is affiliated with your group, the PTO or TT committee. .... No one else would have known such details as "you and your mother"
For clarification, our hardworking 7th and 8th grade parents organize the food and desserts for our tricky tray. This is their largest fundraiser of the year. All the monies raised from the sale of food and desserts goes directly to our 7th and 8th grade classes to use towards their 8th grade graduation dance.
had a fun night met nice people and evening out,
A given attendee has only so much money you can wring out of them. They feel better about supporting the sponsoring organization if they have more tickets in their hand during the event.
Offer decent packages which include larger prize tickets and you'll find more people staying for the big prize draws. More people seem to be walking out now when the regular prizes are done because they haven't purchased any of the more expensive tickets.. This trend to charge admission fees is hitting people harder than you think. The bloggers here complain but still attend with some picking and choosing going on.
It was an odd night with low attendance due to a flyer sent home with the kids telling the parents the event was a different night. Next years committee needs to post "BENT/MARKED Tickets will be DISQUALIFIED" and of course get the flyers right.
DONT GO STAY YOUR BEHIND HOME.
A Blog To "Sound Off" About Tricky Trays & Tricky Tray Events & Fundraisers you have attended. GOOD or BAD...Just Keep It Clean.
Which is better???
those who ignore the limit are inviolation of fire safety regs and normally receive negative comments about how crowded, how uncomfortable the event was. the tt regulars could all list off certain locations they avoid because of a tendency to have packed conditions.
Those who post wanting to know if an event is worth the drive ... consider calling the school/sponsor and asking some pertinent questions. ask how many prizes, what are the prices, do they have advance tickets, what are the value of the prizes at various levels ... and how many attendees do they have. Many times I've learned about advance ticket sales, certain special prizes simply by calling and asking. If the number posted is the school, ask for a message to be passed to one of the tt committee. If there is no poc number, look it up. They will call you back and provide loads more info than the brief posting in the Events area. With the price of gas going up, I don't understand why you arent taking the initiative and phoning these events for yourself. One person can be extremely excited and say this coming event is the best, fantastic et cet. Say an event fails to mention they have Longaberger basket prizes which really divide the tt regulars. Many view them as empty baskets with no prizes while others will travel the length of the state in hopes of adding to their collection. Call - find out for yourself which event suits your desires.
We have american girl doll, Wii, nintendo lite with extras, PS2,
Regis and kelly tickets,mets,nets,jets tickets and much more.
We are a small school and we try to just have a good time also there is no admission fee. student council will sell hotdogs and baked goods.We are kind of new to this and we learn a little more each year but the last two years have been a success with no complaining. I hope you will join us. Thank you
$5 $10 $15 thousand?
If I knew I wouldn't ask. I said I was curious.
I was just asking for a "guesstamite"...no need to be harsh...
LINDEN CITIZEN'S Association
Knights of Columbus
118 N. Park Ave.
was cancelled!!! You think they could have had that posted on this site instead of having people drive to it and find out the hard way.
So 400 attendees who spend an average of $50 each is $20,000. For some, that's close to clear profit. Other events may be in the red because it isn't enough to pay for all the purchased prizes, the purchased refreshments that didn't sell, and the elaborate decorations.
So if you ever do get an organization to tell you how much they made, make sure to ask if that was gross or after expenses.
I wish those organizers who charge for everything would give our way a chance.
I'm sure we will know soon enough.
"Ask not what your Tricky Tray can do for you, but what You can do for your Tricky Tray"
"I have a dream..that one day, all Tricky Trays will not be judged by the color of their tickets, but by the content of their prizes!!"
Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Hallelujah!!!
You know there are some men checking these blogs too. I bet Mr. Tricky Tray is one of them!
Thank you for letting us know what you thought about the TT's you attended last night. Hope those organizers read this blog and learn from it.
Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Hallelujah!!!
Also there was no admission and yummy free refreshments. Cheese platters, mini sandwiches, fruit, brownies and FREE soda and bottled water. That was a surprise and really nice but I certainly don't mind paying for water or soda.
You guys did a really nice job. I didn't go home a winner but had a good time. The only thing is since you had such a nice program you didn't really need to announce what every tray was and who donated it. We could read that. I think we would have gotten out of there much sooner if you had done that.
That's it for this TT Goddess. :-)
For thou art with me;
Thy tricky tray tickets, they comfort me.
Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of free desserts, drinks, comfortable seating & a program;
Thou annointest my head with luck; My cup runneth over with prizes (top level please).
Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Hallelujah!!!
Nice baskets, good food, good seating, quick calling (400 baskets in less than 2 1/2 hours!). Prices a little on the high side, but not outrageous. Very well run.
How dare you! .....Good for you!
Organizers do not like to be criticized! Get ready for their wrath!
I've always looked on this blog as tt enthusiasts talking about our 'hobby'. Somewhere along the line we seem to now assume that all organizers can be addressed directly with complaints/questions posted here. There's room for everyone of course, but I'd like to get back to casually mentioning that the lines were long, the tickets multi-colored et cet without organizers with hurt feelings debating the issue or multiple attendees jumping in to bash an event by repeating the same complaints. I have friends who can't stand for extended times and don't mind supporting events with smaller prizes.
Here are some rules for the TT goers:
1. Please don’t haggle the volunteers or complain about ticket pricing to them. They are only VOLUNTEERS! If you don’t like the prices, kindly leave.
2. Please don’t try to tear into or rip apart the trays…they are wrapped for a reason.
3. Please don’t throw your tickets and/or garbage (leftovers from your FREE snacks) on the floor at the end of the evening. This is what garbage cans are for. You wouldn’t do that in your home now would you?
4. Please do not scream “SHAKE IT UP” to the number shakers. They are usually shaking so hard their arms are ready to fall off. It is not their fault that your number is not being called.
5. Please don’t bend your tickets or use both sides of your tickets and then say you didn’t know better and try to get some free ones.
6. Please pay attention to the number calling. It makes for a slow night when we have to read the numbers 3 times each.
7. Most important…follow all of these rules and we will all be guarenteed to HAVE A GOOD NIGHT!
Why don't you hang those up at your next Tricky Tray? I'm sure you'll get a wonderful response. Better yet, put that in your ad when you advertise.....just don't write "high class" on the same sign.
yes this board is for good or bad comments-
as long as the bad comments are not ranting and overly insulting-it's okat to say you din't have a good opinion about a TT becasue of x-but there is no need to go off on a tangent and completely belittle an organizer
it's not always taht a person isn't paying attention that a number needs to be called a few times
I have auditory and visually processing difficulties as well as short term memory difficulty-
it takes me longer to process what the caller says and scan my tickets-
especially if i have multiple sets of tickets or numbers taht are not in order...
there are many other people that take time because of some time of difficulty such as cataracts--
it is true that some times people aren't apying attention-but don't rush to judgement...
This group knows how to conduct a TT.
Thank you for a nice evening.
and a perosn that stated this blog is for both positive and negative comments
What is the best thing you ever won at a TT???
I've never one anything out of the ordinary.
A volunteer wears a big apron covered with scratch off type lottery tickets. I'm guessing maybe 20 or 30 tickets. It looks great.
At Hopatcong it only cost $1.00 for a chance to win all the lottery tickets on that apron. It would certainly take the winner a long time to rub them all and hopefully a few would be winning tickets.
Miller Heights runs a very organized event with over 200 prizes. I especially liked the theme baskets, from the each teacher/class that were part of regular tricky tray. One had a gift card tree with a variety of well known merchants (20?) that totaled $100.00. Their tricky tray has a unique aspect "you don't have to be present to win" Something for other organizers to consider if you need to increase profits from same event.
It was nice to get away from work on a beautiful spring day and have something to contribute to blog!
Take Care Everyone,
Mr. Tricky Tray
One hint.....free admission please.
GOOD LUCK WITH YOUR FIRST ANNUAL TT!
They also need to give more information on the event page.
I would like to know which tricky tray you are so I can make sure I am there next year. I want to support a group who, rather than grumble and get upset and offended,takes suggestions of their patrons and uses them to make for a better event the following year. Doesnt matter where you are, I will be the first to buy my ticket next year! Thank you!
i read in last weeks paper a priest was charged with holding a raffle at a church (buy like one of 300 tickets win big prize) for last 5 years the winners name was never recognized by the event people. father always drew the winning ticket. well he palmed the ticket and made believe he took it out of the barrel , called the name and said the person will pick up the prize. instead he picked up the prize year after year. he states it was for rebuilding chapel. that doesn't make it right. fundraisers are fun. any more... if you let cheating occur and pull bent tickets and let people know over cans, and let people take out tickets and put them in another prize shame on you. my girlfriend and I went to tt and we both won prizes we didn't put in for. looking at the program they were the can next to what we wanted. We actual caught someone doing it. TT organizers now must have people watch guard??? cheaters stay home.........
If everyone is a volunteer and they don't want to hear about problems who should be told or should we just leave....as a previous post said!
I once won an American Girl Doll!
My latest is a game basket with snacks for a fun family night.
No preaching or ranting!
We look forward to seeing you next year at our Hampton Township PTA (Sussex County) Tricky Tray - it will be in the beginning of March on a Saturday!
Tricky Tray Sponsored By
Lincoln Park EMS
St. Joseph's Church
216 Comly Road
Lincoln Park, NJ 07035
When I arrived I saw everyone in line with a postcard in their hand. It turned out to be an admission ticket. It was SOLD OUT.... I was turned away. TT.com was not updated to reflect this. When questioned as to why TT.com was not updated. Noone had an answer....attitude was... too bad.
They had reached their capacity...they said no tickets were sold at the door!
With gas at $3.40 gallon it is totally irresponsible not to post SOLD OUT on TT.com as I have seen other TT's do.
We also went to the Lincoln Park EMS tricky tray last night because we saw it posted on tricky tray.com. After waiting in line to get in someone announced no tickets will be sold at the door, only advanced ticket sale holders would be seated. We were disgusted after having driven there from 30 miles away. The volunteers had nothing to say, they knew nothing about it. They were clueless as to how to run a tricky tray. Nothing was posted that no tickets would be sold at the door. Lousy attitude.
That it is a good idea to have sheets of
tickets for all level of prizes. You're right it is hard to check all the numbers if you buy a lot of these individual tickets.....or maybe that's why I don't buy a lot of individual tickets.
Some just think they are high and mighty and know more than tt addicts.
Bet they have never even been to one.....well maybe one.
If you are planning to attend an event, why not call and ask who you can purchase tickets from. Amazing how much money you can save by finding the presales that never get publicized.
I am definitely going back next year.
I was just wondering how big the TT portion of the event was.
It was very well run. They announced TWICE that no bent tickets would be called...that they would be thrown out if pulled. Let me tell you her voice told she meant it! The caller was great and very quick. There was no push to sell 50/50 tickets, noone walked around as is usual.
The prizes were very nice and first level tickets were 4 sheets for $10.00! No gouging at this event. I even won a basket for a change! Glad I went.
As usual, lovely, high quality prizes - and fantastic snacks! Just of a couple of suggestions to make it even better: get a new microphone with some of the proceeds (I have been attending for 5 or more years and it seems there is always an issue with the sound!); don't describe every item in detail (the beginning callers were very quick, but near the end, the last caller made too many comments); and make the prices of the upper level tickets a little more affordable (or at least give us a break if we buy more). I think this year's event was an improvement over last year's, but, in terms of number of prizes, it still isn't back to where it was 4 or 5 years ago. Keep up the good work!
There were about 200 regular baskets , they were priced very fair. The specials were a bit high. Only 2 and 3 tickets for $5.00 and the super duper 1 for $5.00. I don't have a problem with the $5.00 but I would like to get more than 1,2,or 3 tickets.
The caller was very efficient and they took "no bent tickets" very seriously. All the volunteers were friendly and efficient.
The free refreshments were good along with coffee, tea and iced tea.
& Learning Center in Maplewood. I didn't see very many tt regulars and I can tell why. Overpriced, no organization, and low quality of prizes. 20.00 to get in and you didn't even get a full sheet with it. You did get a can of coke. I could have brought my own no need to charge 20.00. They started calling 45 minutes and late and no one had any clue what was going on. No tickets were mixed or put into a bowl. Right out of the cup the numbers were picks. The people who won put there tickets in last. Almost all the same 4 winners. The quality of prizes were just bad. It was one of the worst I have been to. I know it's there first one but before you have a tricky tray maybe you should go to a few see how they are run and what kind of prizes they have.
It was not a fun night, it was horrible to put up with a caller who screamed into the microphone all night...from 8p to 1125p ! She thought she was a comedian, bouncing around on the stage. She was embarrassing. She did not get it when she was told to quiet down. Finally had to stuff my ears with paper! She made the night unbearable.
The 310 first level prizes were boring. The gift certificates should have been bundled with the baskets. There were way too many mediocre baskets.
The only good thing I can say about this TT is that it was for the animals.
They had very little refreshments and they charged for them. At least coffee and tea were free.
This TT was MUCH better last year. I really hope they get their act together for the next one.
It was a nice size with mainly family memebrs of the faulty and students. One suggestion I do have is that in the flyer it said there would be food and refreshments. There was no food to purchase and only cookies and brownies. some of us came staight from work thinking we could purchae a bite to eat. Cookies and brownies are not a good dinner.
ALl and all it was a great night
Kudos to casey and his crew. See you next year.
They did have free cookies & brownies, coffee, water and Monster Drink was also FREE. Maybe next year they will do more FOOD items to purchase. Everyone went home a winner with FREE Bags of coffee from a donation.
I had a great time as well as the people at my table. We were all winners.
We will be looking forward to next years TT and the GREAT trays!
I couldn't wait to get out the SCFA tt, it was torture to endure that caller's screaming all night for more than 3 hours. She thought she was the greatest! Some of the attendees stood out in the lobby to get away from her noise. She was so loud that it hurt our ears.
I hope for the animals' sake they have a different caller next year. I know my group won't come back if they don't get a new caller.
The prizes were nothing great either. Refreshments were very few. All the other volunteers were great! I wish for the sake of the homeless animals I could say that I enjoyed it but that just isn't true. It was much better last year which is why we came back this year. Live and learn.
There are only about 5 sighted people that work on this TT, so we do work hard, and we want people to have a great time.
We are holding our 3rd TT on May 30, and would love to see some of you!
Organizers are you listening?