25 Days of Christmas Trivia! [Day 1]

KLONDIKE, CPA Central Headquarters – As Christmas approaches, CP Army Central had decided to hold a Christmas Trivia where viewers will be able to win big!

Just like every year, CPA Central will be once again hosting a trivia style event in the run up to Christmas. Each day, a new trivia question will be posted. Each question is worth up to 70 xats. There will be 25 questions, one each day and it will end on Christmas Day.

Here is question for day 1. The first person to comment below with the correct answer to this question will win. To know if you have won, we will reply to you in the comments below and we will give you details on where to claim your reward.

The Question

Which was the last state in the United States that declared Christmas a legal holiday?

To collect your reward please PC our Vice President, Ben // ThatWaryGuy on xat.

ThatWaryGuy (1510846615)


Once again, best of luck to all participants taking part in CPA Central’s 25 Day Christmas Trivia.

Ben // ThatWaryGuy

CPA Central Vice President


8 Responses

  1. Oklahoma

    • Congratulations, you are today’s winner. Please see Ben on for your prize!

    • I’m on Golds rn, if you can come on xat rn you can claim your prize

  2. Oklahoma became the last U.S. state in 1907

  3. aren’t these comments supposed to be hidden lol^

    • Ikr. The two mighty trivia players are yet to rumble! 😛

  4. Oklahoma which in 1907 became the last U.S. state to declare Christmas a legal holiday.

  5. Even if you did see the answers, staff won’t be getting any prizes even if they got the right answer.

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