Punchbowl Events Hosts Family Feud Themed Mothers Day Event

“Name something that mom would do if she had to stay home.” While this year we can not take our mothers, and other important women in our lives out to celebrate Mother’s Day, we can honor and embrace the love motherhood brings virtually. New York City-based virtual party planning company Punch Bowl Virtual Events will host a special Family Feud style virtual game show event this Mother’s Day (May 10th).

Families who participate will have the opportunity to win special gifts via giveaways while enjoying comedy as classic Family Feud moments are recreated at home. Although Family Feud host Steve Harvey won’t be on hand to host, Punch Bowl Events has the next best thing with their very own Steve Harvey. Punch Bowl’s Steve Harvey will be creating moments to make moms, sisters, and aunties smile and reminisce.

Punch Bowl Virtual Events delivers virtual experiences that aren’t just entertainment, but edutainment which both educate and entertain. The company also celebrates hardworking individuals in the community. They have recently hosted a special virtual game night on Zoom exclusively for health care workers looking to relax, after being on the frontlines during the current Covid-19 crisis. Time is ticking, but if you don’t have any Mother’s Day plans Punch Bowl Events has you covered. Last-minute bookings are not a problem with Punch Bowl Events so you can even book while whipping mom up a special dinner for the special day. Don’t wait to get your tickets for yourself, mom, aunties, and sisters through Eventbrite, and get ready for a friendly family vs family showdown on Zoom this Sunday. Prices for Punch Bowl Events’ Mother’s Day Family Feud will be $10 per person $40 per family. Please find the link to RSVP below:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mothers-day-virtual-family-feud-tournament-tickets-104397303144#

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