Patch Products, Inc.
(800) 524-4263, ext. 275
What: Patch Toy & Game Sale
When: Saturday September 7, 2013 — 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Where: Preservation Park
3444 S. Riverside Drive/Hwy. 51 North
Beloit, WI 53511
Why: To raise money for the Town of Beloit to continue to improve the park and assist local schools.
BELOIT, Wis.— Stock up on birthday gifts, shop early for the holidays or pick up educational products for the classroom. Patch is selling over 200 toys, games, puzzles, activities and learning resources for all ages at wholesale prices.
The sale will include Patch’s best-selling games like Farkle, Buzzword®, 5 Second Rule, and Don’t Rock the Boat™. Plus, ever-popular classroom products including pocket charts, language cards, educational kits and much more!
New this year is Patch’s Mirari™ toddler toy line, an answer to parents seeking back-to-basics, classic play with a twist. Mirari toys build fine and gross motor skills, and aid with cognitive learning and sensory and emotional development. Each toy provides a simple, rich experience of discovery, surprise and wonder, and children will return to them again and again.
All profits from the Patch Toy & Game Sale go directly back to the community to continue to improve the grounds and facilities of Preservation Park for everyone to enjoy. This year, the committee plans to use money raised toward park improvements, and has also committed funds for F.J. Turner High School’s “Project Read” and new library books for Townview classrooms.
For more information about the Patch Products Toy & Game Sale, visit patchproducts.com or call 608-362-6896.
Patch Products is a family-owned company, leading the toy industry in design, manufacturing and marketing of games, children’s puzzles, preschool toys, creative activities and teaching tools. Top-selling brands include Buzzword®, Farkle, What’s Yours Like?®, 5 Second Rule®, Don’t Rock the Boat™, Perplexus™, The Game of THINGS…®, Smethport™, Lauri®, Tall-Stacker™ and Wooly Willy®. Patch focuses on innovation through building brands and creating new categories.