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Bring the Excitement of the Big Top Under Your Own Roof with Juggle U by Goliath(March 12, 2014)
Plano, Texas (PRWEB) March 12, 2014
Have you ever been to the circus and watched the jugglers in amazement, wishing you could do the same? Now you can practice that skill at home with Juggle U by Goliath, the worlds first electronic juggling game.
Complete with four foam balls and settings for beginning and advanced jugglers, Juggle U is highly addictive fun. Simply drop a foam ball into the catcher and watch Juggle U launch it into the air. Move quickly to catch it and see how many times you can, or use it to play catch with a friend. Perfect for indoor play or outdoor fun, Juggle U is a great cure for boredom.
Not only will Juggle U provide hours of fun for kids as they gain skills and perform their own Big Top stunts for family and friends, but juggling also has many other benefits.
Studies have shown that juggling improves coordination, increases physical and mental reflexes, and builds self-confidence, not to mention the fact that juggling is a great way to get your heart pumping, said David Norman, president of Goliath Games LLC.
With its circus style fun and amazing benefits, Juggle U makes the perfect gift and is great for the whole family, ages 5 and up. Now available in stores, give it a try and see how many balls you can Juggle U.
For more information, please visit http://www.juggleugame.com or email Sara Furay at sara(at)goliathgames(dot)com.
According to market researchers, The NPD Group, Goliath Games is the fourth-largest children's game manufacturer in America. Fueled by his passion to bring new toys to the market, Adi Golad started Goliath in Holland in 1978 which now sells more than 100 products worldwide including the international hit Pop the Pig. Goliath opened its US subsidiary on July 4, 2008, headed by board game guru David Norman, and has been entertaining children and adults ever since.
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