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Spring Goals: Play More Cornhole

Spring Goals: Play More Cornhole

The birds are singing, the bees are buzzing, and it’s finally getting warm enough to spend some time outside again. Birthdays, family reunions, block parties, weddings, March Madness, the beginning of baseball season—there are so many reasons to get together with family and friends in Spring. To make all your Spring events even more fun, remember to add a personalized cornhole board to take it to the next level!

The Perks of Playing More Cornhole This Spring

Here are just a few reasons why you should play more cornhole this spring.

Easy To Learn, Easy To Play

From youngsters to oldsters, cornhole is truly a game for everyone! The rules are simple, and anyone who can toss a beanbag is equipped to play: whether you’re hosting a birthday party for your kindergartener or want to bring a game to the wedding that Grandma and Grandpa will be able to participate in, cornhole is the right choice. It’s even fun for spectators—you don’t have to be on a team to cheer for your favorite team, and it’s always handy to have a non-player present to serve as referee, especially when it comes to the unofficial rules.

Great Icebreaker

If you’re coordinating a family reunion, or any other even where a lot of people might not know each other very well, you’re probably familiar with a whole list of truly terrible icebreaker games. Good news: Cornhole is not a truly terrible icebreaker—in fact, we think cornhole is the best icebreaker because it unites people in a common goal and encourages good sportsmanship and friendly competition. There’s no pressure to give clever answers to weird questions; it’s just a lively, easy to learn game!

Springtime Tournament

For a big event with a lot of people, the best way to make sure everyone will have a chance to play cornhole is by organizing a tournament! You can divide people into teams any way you want to start—bride’s side vs. groom’s side, by family name, ladies vs. gents, generational showdown, whatever makes the most sense for the gathering—and then build your bracket. If there will be a lot of little kiddos present, now is a great time to introduce them to a sport that will help build skills they’ll use for the rest of their lives! What better way to teach comradery, waiting your turn, sharing with others, and the importance of being a gracious winner and how to take a loss? If your family is a cornhole family, have everyone bring their boards and set up multiple games at once to spread the fun and reduce the wait times!

Play Into the Night with Lights

When you’re planning a party that you know will keep going long after the sun has set, you need to plan ahead. Outdoor lighting is key for keeping your block party barbeque bumping, and a set of cornhole lights will keep the focus where it should be; on your personalized Cornhole board, all ready for Spring (or any time)!

If you’re ready to order your very own personalized Cornhole board—to bring back every year for more Spring fun—contact us today to get started designing your board!

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