In this economy, it's too expensive to take your family to the movies every weekend, especially when you add in the cost of popcorn. You can have just as much fun for a fraction of the price with a game that promotes family togetherness
Seymour, CT (PRWEB) December 20, 2009
When we're young, some people dream of becoming a firefighter, an astronaut or a fairy princess, but not Patrick DeBlasi. His lifelong dream has been to open his own toy store. A true child at heart, he longs to reconnect families through the joys of board games.
"It's time for families to dedicate more time to family fun, gathered around the table with a bunch of games that promote interaction and hours of entertainment," DeBlasi said.
In October 2009, DeBlasi achieved his goal with the successful launch of his online business, http://www.YeOldToyShop.com. Here, shoppers can browse through a delightful variety of family games, children's games, strategy games, murder mystery games and toys for toddlers; all offered at competitive prices in addition to ongoing specials on select items.
"In this economy, it's too expensive to take your family to the movies every weekend, especially when you add in the cost of popcorn. You can have just as much fun for a fraction of the price with a game that promotes family togetherness," he said.
Shoppers are encouraged to frequent the Web site as DeBlasi will continue to add new merchandise; he has his eye on the Da Vinci Code games as possible additions for the future. He's a sucker for any game with a mystery, he explained, like Clue (his favorite) or its latest version, Clue: Discover the Secrets, which has incorporated a murderer on the loose that can kill you out of the game.
DeBlasi is pleased to announce that a portion of all of his sales will be donated to a variety of children's charities, like St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and Holy Angels.
To learn more about DeBlasi's charitable contributions and what you can do to help, visit the Web site's newly formulated blog, http://www.YeOldToyShopBlog.com. This interactive tool will also be used to provide detailed information about the products available, including the featured games.
About the Company:
YeOldToyShop.com is owned and operated by Patrick DeBlasi.
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