I'm working with my friends, parents, and a couple of local sponsors to help get the equipment, supplies, and volunteers to work the night of the event. You then need to publicize the event about a month before, especially if it is around the busy prom and graduation season.
There isn't a charge for teens to come and play. If you have to rent a space, you may have to charge a couple of dollars for admission if you can't find a business to sponsor it. Potential sponsors to talk to are insurance agents, car dealerships, doctors, and hospitals. They all understand the risk of unsafe driving. If you need to cover other costs like printing brochures or give away items, you could sell concessions (water, soda, candy, popcorn).
Before your event, you need to decide how you're going to give your safe driving message. We're going to greet our guests with "We're glad you made it here safely!". When they leave, we're giving them a key chain with a business card size list of safe driving tips attached. We'll say goodbye with "Have a great summer. Don't take chances, drive smart!" We're also going to change the name and cards of our BINGO game to DRIVE. After each game, the person calling the numbers will give driving statistics and safety tips. We're also going to have karaoke in our cabaret area. The person working the music player will ask the crowd questions about driving in between songs for a chance for them to win small prizes.
Good Luck with your game night to improve the chances of saving lives through safer driving!