Meet the Game Maker: Simply Fun

8aebe0b6-a5ba-4742-8a96-3395596718c4While most of our exhibitors are Makers of their own fun, a few are distributors of supplies and affinity products, like Beth Main, of Simply Fun, an independent game making company that builds skills development in youth through board games.  We asked Beth to tell us a bit more about Simply Fun.

GCMC: What do you do?

BM? I am an independent consultant for Simply Fun…a home party business

GCMC: Why do you you do it?

BM:  I am excited to share our games with families and teachers who see the value of play…important for learning and connecting with others.

GCMC: Why do you think others might be interested?game play

BM: I think kids need to interact with others rather than always be on the computer. I believe these games can help families grow closer and can help kids grow academically and socially. These unique products are not available in stores and most are designed to be played in thirty minutes or less. Most can be easily modified to suit the participants abilities.

GCMC: What do you hope to take away from Gulf Coast MakerCon?

BM: Happy customers who see the value of spending time playing and laughing with others!

GCMC: Why do you think Gulf Coast MakerCon is important?

BM: I think it fosters an interest in original/creative thinking…our future is in the hands of those who can imagine a better tomorrow.

GCMC: Anything else you’d like to share?

BM: Guests who stop by our table can enjoy opportunities to check out products designed for learning and connecting with others. Each of the Simply Fun games takes just minutes to learn and about 30 minutes or less to play. These high quality products, which are not available in stores, are built to last and can be enjoyed over and over again.

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You’ll be able to find Beth, with Simply Fun Games,  in our Gaming Expo area at Gulf Coast MakerCon, April 9 at the Florida State Fairgrounds.

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