Dallas, TX (PRWEB) August 15, 2013
SquatchIt announces passage of the 100 percent mark in their Kickstarter funding project to raise money to manufacture their new Bigfoot toy and Sasquatch sound gag gift. On August 14, 2013, the SquatchIt project on Kickstarter successfully passed the 100 percent funding level. While SquatchIt has passed 100 percent guaranteeing funding, the Kickstarter project is far from over. The fundraising will continue on Kickstarter for the remaining six days in the 30-day campaign. Backers now know that they will get their SquatchIt for sure because of the project reaching the funding level. Several new backers have swarmed the project in the morning hours of August 15 due to their confidence in knowing that the project is already funded.
“We are funded and we are so grateful to our backers. We also know that with six days remaining, we are likely to get a lot more backers. This is because many people wait on the sidelines and only jump in once a project is successfully funded. That’s ok with us. It is time for everyone to jump in. Halloween will never be the same. Kids and adults are already talking about all the ways they’re planning on bringing big fun back to All Hallows Eve.”
The SquatchIt Bigfoot call has several uses ranging from Bigfoot lure, Halloween scare device to gag gift of the century. The makers of SquatchIt advise anyone interested in getting a SquatchIt in time for Halloween to back the Kickstarter project in the next six days before the deadline.
“This is the greatest gag gift to come along in a very long time,” says Jason Giannetti of New York
SquatchIt has been praised by celebrities including Cliff Barackman, co-host of Animal Planet’s hit TV show “Finding Bigfoot” and Bob Gimlin, best known for his role in the 1967 “Patterson/Gimlin” Bigfoot film that electrified the world with Sasquatch excitement and still serves today as the best known potential evidence gathered on the elusive Sasquatch.
SquatchIt is the world’s first Sasquatch and Bigfoot wild game call and novelty noisemaker. Designed to "Sound like a Squatch" and based on the general consensus of what many researchers believe a Sasquatch call would sound like, SquatchIt takes the idea of a battery-free novelty noisemaker to a whole new level. For more information about the Sasquatch sound device or information regarding the Kickstarter funding initiative, visit squatchit.com.