The Details: Wheelabrator Technologies presents the 17th annual ClueLess On Las Olas ‘Til Death Do Us Apart’
Society is all aflutter with the news of the wedding of the year, but the fun is cut off when the bride is found dead in “Till Death Do Us Apart.” As part of an annual fundraiser, Clueless on Las Olas, draws 500 amateur sleuths scouring the streets of Fort Lauderdale to find the truth. On Thursday, March 29, 2012 at 7 p.m. detectives gather on Las Olas Blvd. to solve the unique murder mystery game.
Patterned after the board game Clue, ClueLess on Las Olas participants read an original mystery before solving seven one-of-a-kind clues to determine which of the six suspects committed the crime. To win the game, participants must correctly identify the murderer and also determine where the incident occurred or with what.
On-site registration, and check-in for advance registrants, runs from 5:30–7 p.m. at S.E. 9th Avenue and Las Olas Boulevard across the street from Mangos Restaurant and Lounge. After check-in, participants enter the street party area where they read the mystery and enjoy refreshments.
At 7 p.m., the crowd is introduced to the six suspects and then they go to shops and restaurants on Las Olas to retrieve the clues. To help the sleuths solve the crime, snitches hanging along Las Olas sell them hints to the clues for $1.
By 8:45 p.m., everyone returns to the street party to hear the final clue and accuse a suspect. First, second and third place prizes are awarded through a random drawing from all who answered the clues correctly. The first place prize is a VIP Florida Panthers Package that includes four Premium Lower Bowl tickets to a 2012/2013 home game, a Zamboni ride at the game for a child and a tour of the Panthers’ locker room ($1,500 value).
The silent auction runs from 6-8 p.m. with items from shops on Las Olas, signed sports memorabilia, Southwest Airline tickets, dinner packages and hotel stays. In addition, participants enjoy a raffle, appetizer and dessert buffets, music and cocktails.
Advance registration for the 2012 ClueLess on Las Olas is $35 per person or buy three tickets and the fourth one is free (four tickets for $105). Advance registration will open on Wednesday, February 15, 2012 at (www.browardpartners.com) and will be available through 8 pm, Tuesday, March 27. Credit cards are accepted. Mail-in registration is available for those who prefer to pay by check. Send to the address on this form: http://browardpartners.com/docs/clueless_registration_2012.pdf. On-site registration is $40 per person with no discount for multiple tickets.
Registration will be limited to the first 450 sleuths, so register early. Registered participants must be over 21 of age or be accompanied by a parent.
A variety of sponsorship opportunities are still available. The presenting sponsor is Wheelabrator Technologies Inc. Other sponsors include The Miami Herald, Coventry Health Care of Florida, Humana, All County Music, Bank of America, BrightStar Credit Union, Holland & Knight, LLP, Mangos Restaurant, Memorial Healthcare Systems, Nova Southeastern University, Pearson, Publix Super Markets, Inc., Sixth Star Entertainment, The Florida Panthers, Southwest Airlines, After School Programs, AXA, Pepsi Beverages Company, Premier Beverage and Stephens Distributing.
ClueLess on Las Olas is the annual fundraiser of Partners In Education, Inc., a 501c3 organization that assists public schools and students in Broward County by developing partnerships with business and community organizations. All funds raised will go back to support Partners in Education. For additional information, contact Nina Randall, Executive Director, Partners In Education, 754-321-1974 or Andrea Freygang, Public Relations Coordinator, 786-306-6615.
About Partners In Education (PIE): Partners In Education improves student achievement by cultivating and integrating business, community and school resources for all students in Broward County Public Schools. All Broward County Schools are available for new partnerships. Businesses may make commitments of time, financial resources or other support, based on the need of the school and the type of business. In the 2010/2011 school year there were more than 2700 school partnerships that contributed $3.14 million in added resources to schools through cash and in-kind donations and the value of volunteer services. For information about the program, please contact Nina A. Randall, APR, Executive Director at 754-321-1974 or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the PIE website at www.browardpartners.com