Ceaco Produces Iconic Boston Marathon Jigsaw Puzzle

Boston_3D_BoxWe wanted to share what our parent company Ceaco is up to – Ceaco manufactures high quality, innovative and challenging jigsaw puzzles that provide hours of family fun – just like Gamewright games! This year we will produce a special limited edition jigsaw puzzle based on the iconic Boston Magazine cover that captured the hearts and emotions of the city in the wake of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings. The 550 piece puzzle will retail for a suggested $10 and Ceaco will donate 100% of its proceeds to The One Fund Boston.

“When we saw the image of “The Shoes We Wore” on the cover of Boston Magazine, we immediately recognized that the photograph was a beautiful testimonial to the strength of Boston and its people,” says Trudi Lazarus, Ceaco’s Executive Vice President. “I’m honored that we can bring this moving image into people’s homes, while helping to contribute to a cause that honors the bravery of everyone closely affected by the tragedy.”

We have been fixtures in the greater Boston toy manufacturing community for over 25 years, spending a majority of our time headquartered in Watertown. The puzzle will be entirely made in Massachusetts and all of our production partners are donating time and materials to benefit the project. It will be available for purchase in mid-June at local toy, game, and gift stores, as well as online at ceaco.com.

About Gamewright

Gamewright is a leading manufacturer of family games, best known for such household hits as Slamwich, Rat-a-Tat Cat, In a Pickle, Rory's Story Cubes and The Scrambled States of America Game. Gamewright prides itself on making games that foster laughter, learning, friendship and fun. Kids, parents, grandparents, and educators all agree that Gamewright makes some of the best games on the planet. For more information, visit www.gamewright.com.
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