TOGETHER DENTAL ESCAPE ROOM AT THE BRITISH DENTAL CONFERENCE AND DENTISTRY SHOW
VISITORS to The British Dental Conference and Dentistry Show can take part in an exciting Escape Room challenge raising funds for the Together Dental partnership.
Participants must crack the clues and solve a series of problems in this fun-filled, team building game which can be found on stand B100. The challenge is designed for teams of 4-6 players who must work together to make their escape within 20 minutes. Daily prizes will be available for the teams that find their way to freedom in the quickest time.
All the money raised will be shared equally between Bridge2Aid and Dentaid who are jointly fundraising to improve access to life-changing dental care around the world. The theme of the game will be “escape from pain” reflecting how both charities work tirelessly to help people escape the misery of toothache and dental infections.
The escape room has been generously sponsored by Practice Plan, A-dec, Dental Partners, FTA Law and Henry Schein. Organisers of The British Dental Conference and Dental Show, Closer Still Media have kindly supported the challenge which is now open for booking.
“We are incredibly grateful to CloserStill Media and the sponsors for allowing us to bring the Together Dental escape room to the show,” said Dentaid CEO Andy Evans. “It’ll be an unusual and exciting way of raising funds for Dentaid and Bridge2Aid and we’re looking forward to meeting the teams,” added Bridge2Aid CEO Shaenna Loughnane.
The Together Dental Escape Room will be on stand B100 at the British Dental Conference and Dentistry Show in Hall 5 at the NEC in Birmingham on May 17th and 18th. The price is £5 per player with teams of between 4-6 people in each 20-minute game. Advance booking is strongly recommended by visiting https://bridge2aid.charitycheckout.co.uk/escape#!/ Teams can select which day they would like to play and will be sent an exact time before the show.
Together Dental is a fundraising partnership between Dentaid and Bridge2Aid. The charities are running a series of events that will enable them to increase their work improving access to dental care.