U.S. Military Veterans' Game Combines Skills Of Bocce, Horseshoes & Bowling

Top Quote Rollors is the award winning yard game that combines Skills Of Bocce, Horseshoes & Bowling. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) February 05, 2012 - Dayton, Ohio - It's a fun new outdoor game that offers a creatively unique alternative to traditional lawn sports. In the game Rollors, players roll wooden disks, similar to oversized hockey pucks, toward a color coded goal 25 feet away. Points are awarded to the player/team that positions their disks closest to the goal. The game is proving to be a popular past time in backyards and tailgates in the past few months.

    "This is a game that people of all ages can enjoy together and can be played in teams or as an individual competition, says Matt Butler, Rollors Inventor. "What really amazed me is how fast the game really caught on."
    Butler adds that wholesale & retail orders are now really starting to roll in.

    Butler came up with the concept for the game while serving overseas in Iraq and Afghanistan. During his down time while serving in combat operations, Butler sketched the game pieces, created the rules and even brainstormed his
    business plan.

    Rollors features elegantly crafted hardwood pieces and a carrying case to protect the craftsmanship of the game.

    A Rollors set sells for around $26 in numerous retailers like Target, Amazon, Toy R' Us, REI, Menards, Meijer and other specialty toy/game stores nationally, as well as on the company website: www (dot)rollors (dot)net

    About Rollors

    Rollors is the latest yard game that can be played at a park, in the front or back yard of a house or just about anywhere where a relatively flat ground surface can be found. Rollors is a game of skill that requires a modest level of physical activity and can be quickly varied depending on the age and skill level of the players. It is a great game for all ages and can be played in teams or individual competition.

    For more information about the Rollors, or to order a game for your family's fun in the sun, please visit them on the web at www (dot)rollors (dot)net or call 478-501-2003.

    Media Contact:
    Matt Butler
    Inventor of Rollors

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