Outdoor Games For Summer~ Rollors Lawn Game

by Linette

Today I have an outdoor lawn game created by Minnesota-native Matt Butler to share with you. The game is called Rollors and it’s quickly becoming a hot new item for summer outdoor family fun.

Rollors is a unique new game combining the skill of bocce, horseshoes and bowling all into one family friendly game that is perfect for all ages. The game is played by hand rolling small wood disks towards a color-coded goal, the game creates some great fun in the sun.

“I wanted to create a fun game that gets families out of the house and enjoying some quality time together in the sunshine,” said Matt Butler, inventor of the game. “This is a game that kids, parents, cousins and even grandparents can all enjoy together.”

Butler came up with the concept for the game while serving our country overseas in Iraq and Afghanistan. During the down time while serving in combat operations, he had time to sketch the pieces, devise the rules and even brainstorm his own business selling the game.

“By the time I came back from serving overseas I had the entire game ready to go,” Butler said. “What really amazed me is how fast the game really caught on.”

The rules of Rollors are fairly simple, with several ways to score.

The game has taken the country by storm and now wholesale/retail orders are pouring in from all over the states for the new hit game.

“People are enjoying it all over the country,” Butler said. “It makes a perfect family outdoor gift for the first day of Spring in March.”

Rollors is available through several major retailers including Menards and Meijer for around $26. Each game features elegant crafted wood pieces and a carry case to protect the wood craftsmanship. You can also find more information on the game at Rollors.net.

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1 comment

Matt Butler April 1, 2012 - 9:02 am

Thanks for the great review of Rollors. Please check back at http://www.rollors.net for updates on retailers and news.
Matt Butler
Inventor of Rollors


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