Unveiling Canada's First Squap at West Coast Christmas Show

Posted on October 22, 2013 by Monika Rogers

We are excited to unveil Canada’s first Squap, a new catch-and-throw game designed to get kids moving, at the West Coast Christmas Show November 22-24, 2013 in Abbotsford, BC. 

It’s a fun game that develops motor skills and can be played indoors and outdoors. You can find us in Booth 606 near the Christmas train. We’ll be easy to find because we’ll be playing Squap on-site.

Those of you following our story will know that Squap has sold more than one million units worldwide and is catching on with some unexpected demographics. The toy was invented by my brother Urs in Switzerland to get his son away from the TV and computer, but we also find teens, adults and seniors playing as a way to get moving.

Squap can be played by your self against a wall, in pairs or in a group. Just put the ball into the Squap mitt and open your hand as quickly as possible. The ball launches and then flies through the air. Catch it by snapping the Squap mitt closed around the ball. It’s simple, easy-to-learn and encourages play between a wide range of ages. It also helps kids learn hand-eye coordination while encouraging active play.

If you are interested in Squap you should visit us at:

Booth 606 at the West Coast Christmas Show
TRADEX - Fraser Valley Trade & Exhibition Centre

1190 Cornell Street, Abbotsford, BC V2T 6H5




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