Pub Quiz in Taoyuan!

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Pub Quiz in Taoyuan!

Postby The 3 Baboons » 02 Nov 2011, 14:35

Mark Thursday November 10 down in your calendars as Pub Quiz is coming The 3 Baboons in Taimall, Taoyuan! Registration begins at 10:15pm. Quiz starts at 10:30pm. $300 registration per team of 3-4 people. Prizes for winners and losers plus shot giveaways! WTA.

Happy Hour drink specials + $199 pizzas to keep your brain fed throughout the night!

FB event page http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=190972780980032

Happy Hour drinks specials http://www.3baboons.com/menu/latenitehh.html
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