Award Winning Board Game, What's a DAME to do?! is also a Thrifty Find for the Holidays

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What's a DAME to do?! wins first ever Golden Footprint Award and is recognized as a great gift for any woman on your list.

If you're looking for a gift that the women on your list will love AND you want something that won't break the budget, What's a DAME to do?! is it

What's a DAME to Do?! was named the first recipient of Board Game Beast's Golden Footprint award.

"Our reviewer, Amanda Nettgen, gave it the top mark of five footprints," says Ashley Cotter-Cairns, BoardgameBeast.com founder. "We discussed it and felt that the concept was original, hilarious and likely to be enduring, filled a void in a market served by plenty of average products and offered great value for money," Cotter-Cairns explains.

In her review, Nettgen writes, "Simple yet genius. You couldn't ask for a better activity to play at your bachelorette party, baby shower, or associated girls night. It's practically a no-fail gift for any lovely lady in your life, so long as she likes to laugh."

The people at Board Game Beast aren't the only ones who think What's a DAME to Do?! is the perfect gift. FOX News, Chicago Tribune's RedEye, Stylebakery, Work It, girlfriendcelebrations.com, thedirtyshirt.com, Bucks County Woman Magazine and Mom Central all agree that this party board game is one of the top holiday gifts for women.

"If you're looking for a gift that the women on your list will love AND you want something that won't break the budget, What's a DAME to do?! is it," says Laura Lathan, editor of Work It: a blog for working moms "When I hosted a game night, it was the most economical girls night out so far. Including the cost of the game, I spent less per person than we would have each spent on a movie ticket and popcorn. And we enjoyed wine, chocolate and all sorts of other good eats," she asserts.

More About What's a DAME to Do?!
What's a DAME to Do?! is the first girls night board game from Sisters 2 Inc. It relies on the female intuition of its players to chose the best - and the hilarious - reactions to life's every day dilemmas. A perfect fit for the game dames ages 17-97 and the economical way to spend time with your girlfriends and experience a healthy dose of laughter.

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