Portland, OR (PressExposure) October 13, 2009 -- 12 players. Rolling dice. Taking chances. Keeping score. Beyond a dice game of chance, Bunco gives women throughout the U.S., a reason to get out and have fun with neighbors and friends.
According to a 2007 study by Proctor & Gamble, 17.4 million women in the U.S. have played Bunco at some time and 7 million pay on a regular basis.
Artist Tara Reed created http://www.PrintYourOwnBunco.com as the latest line in her extensive art for the home collection. Creating art for licensing from her studio in Portland, Oregon since 2004, Reed is excited about this latest venture. âSo many women enjoy Bunco on a regular basis â itâs such a great way to connect.â she explains. âBut until now, unless you had a really creative person in the group, Bunco parties had to rely on the same pads of paper month after month for keeping score.â
Bunco score sheets and dÃ©cor no longer need to be a ho-hum experience. Print-Your-Own Bunco Party Kitsâ¢ feature Reedâs original artistic designs, not generic clip art. Personalization options include score sheets, border papers and decorations in a variety of themes. After purchasing their selection, customers may print and personalize their Bunco cards.
âThis wouldnât be possible through traditional retail outlets because of the wide variety, stocking and manufacturing costs.â Reed explains. âBut by using the power of the internet, I will continue to add new themes on a regular basis so every Bunco hostess can make her party as unique and she is.â
Committed to giving back, Reed donates 5% of profits to The Books For Kids Foundation. One-time donations of time or products may be arranged for charities or non-profits.