Personalized Desktop Cornhole

This tabletop version of a classic game was made for lovebirds who enjoy a little rivalry.

$70.00

Derek Dahl & Sam Buss created by

Derek Dahl & Sam Buss

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Love Gets Launched

That feeling when: Your partner loves friendly competition as much as you do. Game. On. This tabletop version of cornhole was made for lovebirds who enjoy a little rivalry. Derek Dahl and Sam Buss's playful Baltic birch design is personalized with your names, a special date, and place. Place the boards a little less than four feet apart and use the catapult to fling and sink the tiny bean bags. A unique wedding or engagement gift, the mini game adds big fun to picnics, parties, or date night in. Made in Minnesota.

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Made in Minnesota

Exclusively for UncommonGoods

Derek Dahl & Sam Buss

created by

Derek Dahl & Sam Buss

location

Minnesota

“We’re constantly collaborating, professionally or just in passing.”

It all started at a bar. Fraternity brothers Derek “Ducky” Dahl and Sam were procrastinating studying for finals when they noticed some board games on a shelf and thought, “What if we could make beer pong into a board game?" But alas, the boys had neither the money nor the skills to make it happen. One day, they happened upon a community makerspace where they could gain affordable access to and training on all the tools they needed to turn their idea into a reality. Many prototypes later, Mini Beer Pong was born. At first, the duo were assembling their games 1) afterhours, 2) in a corner of an unheated garage, 3) in the dead of winter, 4) in Minneapolis. With no prior sales experience, they tried to figure out how to get their game out to the world. But gradually, their game started appearing at more and more happy hours around the country, and their business slowly started to take off.

Step into Derek & Sam's Minneapolis workshop and check out some of their niftiest prototypes on the blog.

Only at UncommonGoods Handmade Made in the USA
Made from
metal, cotton, polypropylene, baltic birch wood
Measurements
Board: 8" L x 4" W; Bags: 1" square
Ingredients
Item ID
48781

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