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For over 26 years, ThinkFun Inc. has been the world’s leading developer of mind-challenging games and logic puzzles. From its humble beginnings in the basement of husband-and-wife team Bill Ritchie and Andrea Barthello’s Virginia home, ThinkFun has held fast to its commitment to create products that embody the essential link between “Think” and “Fun” and organically strengthen thinking skills through game play.
The company has been a pioneer in the development of innovative products that truly stretch the brain, including the now iconic Rush Hour, and a robust line of early learning games featuring the award-winning Zingo.
“The goal for the company has always been to create a fun line of products that actually do make kids brighter. “ThinkFun is to educational learning like the Wii is to exercise,” said Bill Ritchie, CEO and co-founder of ThinkFun. “We’re fun, addictive and good for you.”
How would you like to win a an amazing prize pack copy from Think Fun? One winner winner from this giveaway will win one of the following Prize Packs!
Option 1: Our Ignite Your Mind line of single-player logic games (kids 8+)
1. Rush Hour
2. River Crossing
3. Chocolate Fix
4. Solitaire Chess
Option 2: Junior games (ages 4-7)
2. Zingo! to Go
3. What’s GNU?
All you need to do is enter on the following form!
This contest will run until August 12, 2011 at approximately 11:59 pm Eastern.
Winner must be a resident of the U.S or Canada. One prize pack is being given away. Giveaway is featured at Dad of Divas, Stash Mama, and Making Ends Meet. Please see Rafflecopter entry form for entry details.
Winners are chosen at random, if you want all your chances counted, make sure you leave individual comments, not all of them in one!
Winner has 48 hours to contact me or another name will be chosen.
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