Monday, January 31, 2011

Family Pick - Coca-Cola 125th Anniversary Collector's Edition Yahtzee Game from USAopoly!

Coca-Cola Collector's Edition Yahtzee GameGames are a wonderful "tool" for families and for children's ministries . . . our Family Pick for the next two weeks is games from USAopoly! Today I'm reviewing Coca-Cola 125th Anniversary Collector's Edition Yahtzee - this game includes custom dice featureing classic Coca-Cola icons such as the contour bottle, red disc icon, Arden Square, bell soda glass, tin sign and six-pack, a collectible Coca-Cola Bell glass dice shaker, custom score pad and pencil and is for one or more players ages 8 to adult and is sure to get everyone talking while they have fun playing this classic game with a fun and different "twist"! 

Coca-Cola Yahtzee is a fun game for families to play together . . . play a game and be sure to use the time to intentionally talk with your children/grandchildren about the important things God is doing in their lives and the specific things they are doing to live God's Word in their everyday lives! Use it at church for a family game night or in-between classes on a Sunday morning.

USAopoly is giving me one of these games to give away in a drawing! If you have "liked" or "followed" About the Children's Department using the buttons to the right, you are entered in my drawing which will be on February 4th. If you haven't "liked" or "followed" ATCD yet, take a moment to do so . . . if you "like" and "follow" you'll be in the drawing twice!

Tell your friends and family about our drawing so they can be in the drawing, too! 
Thank-you USAopoly for sending these games for my review and the drawing!

"Disclosure of Material Connection: I received the products of services mentioned above for free in the hopes I would mention them on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: 'Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.'"

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