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We were recently interviewed by VoyagePhoenix.com. If you'd like to read the write up please visit: Click Here - Magazine Interview

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We are bringing Aholes to Arizona. This is a new style of bean bag game. Its a mix of darts and cornhole. You can mount the board to the wall or have it free standing on a table. Aholes allows up to 8 people to play @ the same time. Aholes is very portable and fun for all ages. Perfect for office & birthday parties. Multi color LED lights to select from. Be one of the very first people in the nation to play this game. Click Here to rent yours today. Manufactured in the USA

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Now that summer is over, the weather is cooling down, grass has gone dormant and the leaves are falling. This is the perfect time to play cornhole with family & friends during the holidays. The only problem is dead grass and leaves love to stick to your cornhole bag. Your cornhole bags aren't dirty enough to warrant an overnight soaking in hot water and dish soap. They simply need a grass & leaves removal cleaning. Here's a perfect solution to keeping your cornhole bags grass and leaves free. A lint roller. I use the tape kind of lint roller. A...

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Is there a difference? Most definitely. Most of our customers have never played with professional cornhole bags. When they return the rental I always ask how they liked the bags. "Loved Them" is what I hear over and over. So what makes pro bags different then regular bags? 1) Quality - when you pick up a pro bag instantly you notice the build quality. The seamless & rounded edges look so much better. Regular bags often have stitching on the outside & square corners. 2) Materials - pro bags have 2 sides. One side has a premium duck twill for...

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Ever wonder how to clean your dirty cornhole bags? Follow the below steps to keep your cornhole bags looking new. 1) Fill up a container with hot water and some dish soap. 2) Place cornhole bags in soapy water and let soak over night. 3) Lightly scrub both sides of cornhole bag. I use a brush from Amazon: Dawn 432940 Kitchen Brush 4) Rinse cornhole bag making sure to get all the soap off & out of cornhole bag. 5) Place cornhole bag in area to dry. FYI the rack inside a dishwasher works great to hold the cornhole bag...

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