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Wham-O Announces First-Ever Stay ‘N Play Line of Family Party Games Will Be Available Fall 2018

Oct 11, 2017 - (Newswire)

Wham-O, the original creator of your favorite childhood products such as the Hula Hoop®, Frisbee® and Hacky Sack®, announces its new Stay ‘N Play line, the perfect mix of indoor party games for the whole family (and just in time for the chilly weather). With an assortment of fun, challenging and timed party and inflatable games, the 20 Stay ‘N Play games will turn every family and friend gathering into a fun party.

“We are excited to launch this new line of indoor party games,” said Olyvia Pronin, marketing director, Wham-O. “Here at Wham-O, we believe being active and having fun with your friends and family is extremely important, whether outside in the sun or inside the house during the winter. Stay ‘N Play games are compact and easy to carry, and are ready for you to grab and go on your way to any party. Now, you don’t have to worry about how to entertain your 7-year-old niece, 14-year-old brother, or friends of any age. With Stay ‘N Play, we have you covered!”  

The 20 Stay ‘N Play line games take between one and five minutes to complete. Some of the fun and lively games include seeing who can use their body to shake the most ping pong balls out of a plastic container attached to their waist in one minute, as well as a race to see which team can throw the most balls in the plastic cups fastened to one teammate’s arms and legs!

The Stay ‘N Play line will be available October 2018, and orders are currently being accepted. All games are easy to play and can be enjoyed by everyone from ages five to 89. Wham-O provides players with suggestions on how to play the games, however, as with every Wham-O product, the only rule is to have fun!

For more information on Wham-O, please visit http://www.wham-o.com.

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