All Press Releases for November 17, 2012

Zip-Itz to Attend Girl Scouts 100-Year Birthday Party Extravaganza

Girl Scouts to be in Guinness World Records for the most people playing the same game at the same time. The prize for playing is Zip-itz, zipper bracelets.



    LOS ANGELES, CA, November 17, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/ -- To celebrate the Girl Scouts 100 year anniversary, Top Trumps and Zorbitz is throwing a very special party, which is expected to be in the Guinness Book of World Records for the most people playing the same game at the same time. As the prize for playing, all the girls will receive the hottest trend bracelet of 2012, Zip-itz Zipper bracelets.

The patent pending Zorbitz Zip-Itz zipper bracelets are bracelets that really zip. Zip-itz are sold worldwide, having taken the world by storm and flying off shelves everywhere. Kids love to stack up their arm all the different color combinations including glow in the dark and color changing options! Retailers can't keep them on the shelf and have given them the title of the "Next Silly Banz."

Top Trump is a leader in the most popular games. They have developed the games being played by all Girl Scouts at the Chicago Toy & Game Fair at Navy Pier. Top Trump makes some of the most popular card games including Star Wars, The Simpsons, and DC Super Heroes. They also feature many great downloadable apps such as 007 and NBA.

Zorbitz, a women owned business, is a proud sponsor of this event and excited to be a part of such a wonderful celebration. Zorbitz was founded by the mother-daughter team of Robin and Marian, both former Girl Scouts.

"... I love girl scouts," says Zorbitz president, Robin Heymsfield. "It makes me so excited to be giving Girl Scouts Zip-itz."

Zip-itz can be found on braceletparty.com or in stores everywhere. To find out more about Top Trumps, please visit http://www.toptrumps.com.

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