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1 Hull Forward Bondholders Breakfast Meeting / Business Week Launch 2 nd June 2008

2 John Holmes Chief Executive Hull Forward

3 Terry Hodgkinson Chair Yorkshire Forward

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5 The Teams: CEOs 1) Carolyn Burgess, Language is Everything 2) Colin Brown, The Deep 3) Malcolm Fallen, KCOM 4) Terry Hodgkinson, Yorkshire Forward

6 The Teams: Students 1) Ben Partridge 2) Donna Golach 3) Dulcie Dennis 4) Sam Leafe

7 Are you smarter than a CEO? Round One: So you think you know Hull?

8 1. What is the population of Hull? a) 244,000 b) 255,000 c) 266,000 d) 277,000

9 1. What is the population of Hull? 244, , , , , , , ,000

10 2. Which Hull company celebrated its centenary in 2004? a) Reckitt Benckiser b) Kingston Communications (Kcom) c) Smith & Nephew d) Hull Daily Mail

11 2. Which Hull company celebrated its centenary in 2004? Reckitt Benckiser Reckitt Benckiser Kingston Communications (Kcom) Kingston Communications (Kcom) Smith & Nephew Smith & Nephew Hull Daily Mail Hull Daily Mail

12 3. How many seats does the KC Stadium have? a) 20,000 b) 25,000 c) 30,000 d) 40,000

13 3. How many seats does the KC Stadium have? 20,000 20,000 25,000 25,000 30,000 30,000 40,000 40,000

14 4. Who designed The Deep?

15 A. Terry Farrell

16 5. Led by William Wilberforce, in what year was the slave trade abolished in the UK? a) 1707 b) 1757 c) 1807 d) 1857

17 5. Led by William Wilberforce, in what year was the slave trade abolished in the UK?

18 6. When was the Humber Bridge completed? a) 1981 b) 1982 c) 1983 d) 1984

19 6. When was the Humber Bridge completed?

20 7. Which Hull building boasts the smallest window in the world? a) The Guildhall b) Ye Olde White Harte c) The George Hotel d) Holy Trinity Church

21 7. Which Hull building boasts the smallest window in the world? The Guildhall The Guildhall Ye Olde White Harte Ye Olde White Harte The George Hotel The George Hotel Holy Trinity Church Holy Trinity Church

22 8. In 1642, which monarch was barred from entering the city sparking the Civil War?

23 A. Charles I

24 9. At which East Yorkshire pub was Dick Turpin eventually arrested? a) The Pipe & Glass, South Dalton b) The Hotham Arms, Hotham c) The Green Dragon, Welton d) Nellies, Beverley

25 9. At which East Yorkshire pub was Dick Turpin eventually arrested? The Pipe & Glass, South Dalton The Pipe & Glass, South Dalton The Hotham Arms, Hotham The Hotham Arms, Hotham The Green Dragon, Welton The Green Dragon, Welton Nellies, Beverley Nellies, Beverley

26 10. Which company invented boiled sweets in Hull?

27 A. Needlers

28 11. Hulls Amy Johnson was the first woman to fly solo to Australia completing a 8,600-mile journey alone in a two-year-old single engine de Havilland Moth, but what was the planes name? a) Henry b) Jason c) David d) Amy

29 11. Hulls Amy Johnson was the first woman to fly solo to Australia completing a 8,600-mile journey alone in a two-year-old single engine de Havilland Moth, but what was the planes name? Henry Henry Jason Jason David David Amy Amy

30 12. Hull became the first city in Western Europe to fight which disease with a vaccination on a lump of sugar? a) Polio b) Typhoid c) Cholera d) Measles

31 12. Hull became the first city in Western Europe to fight which disease with a vaccination on a lump of sugar? Polio Polio Typhoid Typhoid Cholera Cholera Measles Measles

32 13. Which famous fictional castaway set sail from Hull?

33 A. Robinson Crusoe

34 14. Which famous ship was built and launched in Hull?

35 A. The Bounty

36 Are you smarter than a CEO? Round Two: Guess the Advert

37 1.

38 1. Cadbury Dairy Milk Chocolate

39 2.

40 2. Lynx

41 3.

42 3. Hamlet cigars

43 4.

44 4. Levis Jeans

45 5.

46 5. Lurpak butter

47 6.

48 6. Smash

49 Are you smarter than a CEO? Round Three: Tele Addicts!

50 1. What is the name of fictional borough in which EastEnders is set?

51 A. Walford

52 2. Anthony, Barbara, Dave, Denise, Jim and Norma make up which famous family on British TV?

53 A. The Royle Family

54 3. Who was the general manager of the Slough branch of a paper merchants company called Wernham-Hogg?

55 A. David Brent, The Office

56 4. In which 1980s sitcom did a violet punk rocker, a pompous anarchist and a long suffering hippie share a student house in North London?

57 4. In which 1980s sitcom did a violent punk rocker, a pompous anarchist and a long suffering hippie share a student house in North London? A. The Young Ones

58 5. In which town is the Phoenix Club in the TV show Peter Kays Phoenix Nights?

59 A. Bolton

60 6. Which of the Teletubbies is the smallest?

61 A. Po

62 Are you smarter than a CEO? Round Four: Pop Quiz

63 1. Buddy Holly and the Big Bopper were two of the three musicians who died in a plane crash in February Who was the other one?

64 A. Ritchie Valens

65 2. Alex Turner is the lead singer with which band?

66 A. Arctic Monkeys

67 3. Who played bass guitar in the Beatles?

68 A. Paul McCartney

69 4. What is Princes real first name?

70 A. Prince

71 5. What won the award for the best British single at the Brits 2008? a) Shine by Take That b) Bleeding Love by Leona Lewis c) Chasing Cars by Snow Patrol d) Ruby by The Kaiser Chiefs

72 5. What won the award for the best British singles at the Brits 2008? Shine by Take That Shine by Take That Bleeding Love by Leona Lewis Bleeding Love by Leona Lewis Chasing Cars by Snow Patrol Chasing Cars by Snow Patrol Ruby by The Kaiser Chiefs Ruby by The Kaiser Chiefs

73 6. Which of these James Bond theme songs was not recorded by Shirley Bassey? a) Goldfinger b) Diamonds are Forever c) License to Kill d) Moonraker

74 6. Which of these James Bond theme songs was not recorded by Shirley Bassey? Goldfinger Goldfinger Diamonds are Forever Diamonds are Forever License to Kill License to Kill Moonraker Moonraker

75 Are you smarter than a CEO? Round Five: Name that Tune

76 When the day is long and the night, the night is yours alone

77 A. Everybody Hurts by REM

78 Im a million different people from one day to the next

79 A. Bittersweet Symphony by The Verve

80 Ill tip my hat to the new constitution

81 A. Wont get Fooled Again by The Who

82 I close my eyes, oh God I think Im falling

83 A. Like a Prayer, Madonna

84 Even if you cannot hear my voice, Ill be right beside you dear

85 A. Run, Snow Patrol

86 When Im feeling weak and my pain walks down a one way street

87 A. Angels by Robbie Williams

88 Ribena, I know what youre drinking

89 A. American Boy, Estelle feat. Kanye West

90 Johnny come fleet foot, face full of black soot

91 A. Subterranean Homesick Blues, Bob Dylan

92 Are you smarter than a CEO? Round Six: A Question of Sport

93 1. What is the maximum number of horses allowed to run the Grand National? a) 30 b) 35 c) 40 d) 45

94 1. What is the maximum number of horses allowed to run the Grand National?

95 2. There are 4 British drivers taking part in the 2008 Formula One championship. Lewis Hamilton, David Coulthard and Jenson Button are three of them, but who is the other one?

96 2. There are 4 British drivers taking part in the 2008 Formula One championship. Lewis Hamilton, David Coulthard and Jenson Button are three of them, but who is the other one? A. Anthony Davidson

97 3. In golf, there are four major tournaments. The Masters, the US Open and the Open Championship are three of them, but what is the other one?

98 A. The PGA

99 4. Which country won the 2007 Cricket World Cup?

100 A. Australia

101 5. Unveiled in July 2007, the logo for the 2012 Olympics designed by Wolff Olins, cost how much money? a) £4K b) £40K c) £400K d) £4m

102 5. Unveiled in July 2007, the logo for the 2012 Olympics designed by Wolff Olins, cost how much money? a) £4K b) £40K c) £400K d) £4m

103 6. Which country will host the 2014 Football World Cup?

104 A. Brazil

105 7. Which football team won the recent championship play off final?

106 A. Hull City AFC

107 8. Which horse won the Epsom Derby by a record 10 lengths in 1981 and was then later sensationally kidnapped?

108 A. Shergar

109 Are you smarter than a CEO? Round Seven: General Knowledge

110 1. Which is the largest country in the world with only one time zone? a) China b) Russia c) North America d) Australia

111 1. Which is the largest country in the world with only one time zone? China China Russia Russia North America North America Australia Australia

112 2. How many dots are there on a pair of dice? a) 28 b) 32 c) 38 d) 42

113 2. How many dots are there on a pair of dice?

114 3. Alfred Nobel, the man after whom the Nobel Prizes are named, was originally well known for inventing what? The Telephone The Telephone Dynamite Dynamite The Light bulb The Light bulb Electricity Electricity

115 3. Alfred Nobel, the man after whom the Nobel Prizes are named, was originally well known for inventing what? The Telephone The Telephone Dynamite Dynamite The Light bulb The Light bulb Electricity Electricity

116 4. What is the most common colour that appears in the flags of the world? Red Red Blue Blue Green Green Yellow Yellow

117 4. What is the most common colour that appears in the flags of the world? Red Red Blue Blue Green Green Yellow Yellow

118 5. By what name was the author Eric Arthur Blair better known? a) Arthur Conan Doyle b) George Orwell c) Harper Lee d) Robert Louis Stevenson

119 5. By what name was the author Eric Arthur Blair better known? Arthur Conan Doyle Arthur Conan Doyle George Orwell George Orwell Harper Lee Harper Lee Robert Louis Stevenson Robert Louis Stevenson

120 6. What was the Titanics first port of call after it left Southampton? Dublin Dublin Calais Calais Bilbao Bilbao Cherbourg Cherbourg

121 6. What was the Titanics first port of call after it left Southampton? Dublin Dublin Calais Calais Bilbao Bilbao Cherbourg Cherbourg

122 7. In Greek legend, what is the name given to the creature that is half man and half bull?

123 A. Minotaur

124 8. How much does it costs to buy Trafalgar Square on a Monopoly board? £160 £160 £240 £240 £320 £320 £400 £400

125 8. How much does it costs to buy Trafalgar Square on a Monopoly board? £160 £160 £240 £240 £320 £320 £400 £400

126 Are you smarter than a CEO? Round Eight: At the Movies

127 1. Who directed the Godfather trilogy 1. Who directed the Godfather trilogy?

128 A. Francis Ford Coppola

129 2. Which is the only X rated film to win an Oscar for best Picture?

130 A. Midnight Cowboy

131 3. In which animated film are the main characters called Pongo and Perdita?

132 A. 101 Dalmations

133 4. In which film did Roger Moore first play James Bond?

134 A. Live and let die

135 5. In which film was the famous quote Frankly my dear, I dont give a damn first spoken?

136 A. Gone with the Wind

137 6. In which popular Disney film are the lead characters named Troy & Gabriella?

138 A. High School Musical

139 Are you smarter than a CEO? Round Nine: Where in the World?

140 1. What is the capital city of Belarus?

141 A. Minsk

142 2. Which American state has the highest population? a) California b) Florida c) Texas d) Montana

143 2. Which American state has the highest population? California California Florida Florida Texas Texas Montana Montana

144 3. In which modern country would you find the region of Transylvania? a) Bulgaria b) Romania c) Lithuania d) Russia

145 3. In which modern country would you find the region of Transylvania? Bulgaria Bulgaria Romania Romania Lithuania Lithuania Russia Russia

146 4. In which country would you find Angel Falls, the highest waterfall in the world? a) Peru b) Mexico c) Zimbabwe d) Venezuela

147 4. In which country would you find Angel Falls, the highest waterfall in the world? Peru Peru Mexico Mexico Zimbabwe Zimbabwe Venezuela Venezuela

148 5. What is the capital of Finland?

149 A. Helsinki

150 6. Timbuktu is in which African country? a) The Congo b) Liberia c) Mali d) Ethiopia

151 6. Timbuktu is in which African country? The Congo The Congo Liberia Liberia Mali Mali Ethiopia Ethiopia

152 7. Which South American country has a name which means land of silver? a) Colombia b) Argentina c) El Salvador d) Ecuador

153 7. Which South American country has a name which means land of silver? Colombia Colombia Argentina Argentina El Salvador El Salvador Ecuador Ecuador

154 8. What colour is the cross on the flag of Greece? a) White b) Blue c) Yellow d) Green

155 8. What colour is the cross on the flag of Greece? White White Blue Blue Yellow Yellow Green Green

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