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Bloomfield's Sunshine Sam Toy Store Celebrates Father's Day with Events and Giveaways

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Sunshine Sam, New Jersey’s completely battery-free toy store located in Bloomfield is going all out for Father’s Day. The store is hosting a free caricature event on June 21 and a giveaway of a high quality corn hole game over Father’s Day weekend.

The very special Father’s Day event on June 21st from 1 PM to 3 PM is sure to be a lot of fun. Bring in Dad for a caricature and walk away with a priceless picture. Dave “Quick Draw” McCoy, will create FREE caricatures of Dad -- or Dad with the whole family -- for Sunshine Sam visitors who stop in to the store on Father’s Day. 

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About the Corn Hole game: This set is craftmanship at its finest. Each board is constructed from Birch Plywood. The boards will not twist or warp. Their unique design allows for a stronger and lighter board, making it easy to transport and store when not in use. The game can be primed and painted as a fun family activity.  This game comes with 8 bags in red and blue. $250 value – No Purchase Necessary.

About Sunshine Sam: Sunshine Sam provides whimsical gifts, decor and party supplies. It supplies customers all over New Jersey, and across the country, with super style for the swing-set crowd. Everything we sell is battery free, with an emphasis on hand-made and eco-friendly items. Sunshine Sam is located at 40 West Passaic Avenue in Bloomfield, NJ. www.sunshinesam.com

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