#Win Rollors Game – Perfect for 4th of July Fun & More – Ends 7/8

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I had the pleasure of reviewing the Rollors Game.  It is a very simple game, but so much fun.  Rollors combines the thrills of Bocce Ball, Horeshoes and Lawn Bowling.  The game is pretty simple:

  1. Set up the Goals about 50 feet apart from each other (for the kids version, we went with about 25 feet apart)
  2. Players stand at one goal line and try to “Bowl” the Roller as close to the other goal line as possible.  Alternating between players.
  3. Score is kept by using the measuring cord.  The team that has the Rollor closest to the goal gets all the points that are within the distance of the measuring cord.

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We had so much fun playing this game.  And it is so compact that we are packing it with us when we go camping.  The first few times we tried the game, it was so HARD.  We thought, we will never get the hang of this.  The Rollors kept rolling off to the side and way out of range.  OH!!  Wait!!  We could bowl it from an angle and use that “rolling off to the side” to our advantage.  Wouldn’t you know it, it worked.  Now it became an intense competition!

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Each Game Kit Includes:
3 – Red Rollors
3 – Blue Rollors
1 – Red Goal
1 – Blue Goal
1 – Measuring Cord
1 – Instruction Book

Another thing I like about Rollors, the entire game is made here in the USA.  That is important to me.  I like to support local companies.  But that isn’t all, the inventor is military.  His name is Matt Butler and he is in the Air Force currently stationed at Langley Air Force Base in southeastern Virginia.  Butler developed this idea for the game while he was flying missions over Iraq and Afghanistan.  He worked hard to continue developing it and even worked with veterans to help craft the first sets.

Today, Matt continues to help veterans by contributing financially as well as contributing his time and resources to help veterans patent their own ideas.  He is a veteran, inventor and philanthropist.  Quite the winning combination.

You can find the Rollors Game by going to their website Rollors.net or on Amazon.

Matt wants to give one lucky reader a game of their own.  Just enter on the Rafflecopter below.  Giveaway Ends at 11:59pm on 7/8/2013.

Good Luck!

Disclosure:  I was given a Rollors game for review purposes.  This did not obligate me in any way to post a positive review or host a giveaway.  All opinions are my own.

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Comments

  1. shirley says:

    I like that it is made in the USA.

  2. Natalie d says:

    I love that the kids can play.

  3. Looks like my entire family will enjoy it! Made in the USA!

  4. Lisa Neutel says:

    Love that its easy and fun for kids to enjoy and play…fun for who.e family

  5. I love the story of how he developed Rollors game, and how he is still helping other veterans.

  6. Georgia Beckman says:

    I love that it is so compact & you can easily take it with you anywhere!

  7. colleen wool says:

    i love that the roller game can bring a family together for game night!

  8. terri brothers says:

    rollers is made here in the USA.

  9. I love that it’s made in the USA!!!!!
    Thanks for the chance.

  10. cheryl lister says:

    always like 123Inkjets

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