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Zingo in Hungary

Our distributor Kensho Ltd has focused it’s marketing approach on Zingo in Hungary.  They created this custom version of Zingo and developed a beautiful tv commercial to launch our top-selling Junior game in their market and product awareness (and sales!) has been steadily growing…

 

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Social Networking

Many of our distributors are using low-cost ‘new media’ branding to promote the ThinkFun games by using Facebook, Twitter, web sites, blogs and creative emailing to generate excitement and supply content for like-minded groups interested in fun, educational games for their families.

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Displays & Demos

 

Cega Group is one of our newest distributors and they have been working hard to establish the ThinkFun brand in Peru.  One of their major efforts has been creating ‘ThinkFun Centers’ in most of the major retailers in and around Lima by placing several of our new 2-sided floor displays and creating signage, flyers and other in-store merchandising materials. 

 

The Importance of Play in the Homeschool Curriculum

The following guest post is by Angie Knutson, whose My Four Monkeys blog reviews products through her unique lens as both mom and homeschool educator.  Angie believes in the power of learning through play and has integrated games into her teaching!  Check out her post on using What’s GNU to build language skills!  Here she shares her thoughts on the importance of incorporating free play into her kids’ lives.

The Knutson Family

If you're a fan of ThinkFun, you know that they create their fantastic games with the belief that children learn best while at play. As a mom and a homeschooler, I completely agree, and I have seen the proof with my own eyes. I'm a mom of four children, ranging in age from 2 to 9 years of age. We just started our sixth year of homeschooling, and like every other year, unstructured playtime plays an important role in our weekly school schedule.

 

Meet the Wong Family!

Like most families, we seem to always be on the run from one activity to the next. Our house is filled with constant chatter and movement.  Well, what can you expect in a home with 3 busy kids ages 5, 8, and 10? We do have moments of quiet down time. This is the perfect chance to open up our arsenal of ThinkFun Games instead of turning on the TV or Xbox. Sure, I’m all for relaxing and having fun, but while my kids are enjoying their play time, I am content knowing that the benefits of ThinkFun games reach far beyond just having a good time! 

Binary Arts Announces New Controller

New Controller Brings More Streamlining to BA Operations.

December 4, 2002 Alexandria, VA - Frank Homburger has joined Binary Arts as Controller. Homburger has over 20 years of experience in virtually all aspects of accounting and financial management. Most recently, Homburger was the Chief Financial Officer for William H. Gordon Associates, one of the area's most successful civil engineering firms. During Homburger's time there, William H. Gordon Associates went from an "unrated" status with Dun & Bradstreet to a top rating in less than one year. Homburger made various improvements to the financial operations to ensure accuracy, timeliness and usefulness of financial information. Prior to that, Homburger worked at Bengtson, DeBell & Elkin, Ltd, a large professional services firm, and Potomac Electric Power Company.

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