Hiram local Brad Turner recently debuted his original party game Celebritease on the market, and will be sharing the fun with Hiram students at DeStress Fest on Dec. 16.
Turner, owner of Communications Factory advertising agency, calls Celebritease “the outrageous fast-paced game of celebrity icons.” The game consists of a bucket of chips with celebrity names, and players must describe or act out the celebrity they choose without saying their name, and teammates then guess who the player is describing.
For DeStress Fest, Turner will bring several copies of the game for students to play, and they will also be available for purchase. More than $300 in prizes from Subway, the Hiram House Salon & Day Spa, Skylane Bowling in Garrettsville, Sky Plaza IGA, Dairy Queen and Gionino’s for game winners. Dominio’s pizza will also be available to all playing Celebritease.
The tournament starts at 7 p.m. in the Kennedy Center main lounge. Learn more about the events going on for DeStress Fest, sponsored by the Kennedy Center Programming Board.