Wednesday, Aug 10, 2022 - 05:02:59
11 results - (0.000 seconds)

Hasbro community:

latest news at page 1:
1
    (CBS/CNN) — Saying “the world has changed a lot” since the classic game was created, Rhode Island-based Hasbro is turning to fans for help modernizing Monopoly. The toy company announced last week that it is changing all 16 of the game’s Community Chest cards to better reflect what community means to fans today. READ MORE: COVID Shelter-In-Place Orders Led To Weight Gain, Study Finds “Covering topics like beauty contests, holiday funds, and life insurance, there is no denying the Monopoly game’s Community Chest Cards are long overdue for a refresh,” according to a press release from the company. Yup, you read that right: THE MONOPOLY GAME is changing, and YOU get to be a part of it. ???? Help us add a little community to the Community Chest by voting for your favorite new cards now! https://t.co/CqlNVlE7C6#CommunityChest pic.twitter.com/hJ55V1w2Ai — Hasbro (@Hasbro) March 18, 2021 The cards are collected by players and are used to dole out penalties or rewards for a various reasons, like winning second place in a beauty contest or being assessed for street repairs. “The world has changed a...
    (CNN)Hasbro is turning to fans for help modernizing its classic board game Monopoly.The toy company announced last week that it is changing all 16 of the game's Community Chest cards to better reflect what community means to fans today. "Covering topics like beauty contests, holiday funds, and life insurance, there is no denying the Monopoly game's Community Chest Cards are long overdue for a refresh," according to a press release from the company.The cards are collected by players and are used to dole out penalties or rewards for a various reasons, like winning second place in a beauty contest or being assessed for street repairs."The world has changed a lot since Monopoly became a household name more than 85 years ago, and clearly today community is more important than ever," said Eric Nyman, chief consumer officer at Hasbro. Read MoreYup, you read that right: THE MONOPOLY GAME is changing, and YOU get to be a part of it. ???? Help us add a little community to the Community Chest by voting for your favorite new cards now! https://t.co/CqlNVlE7C6#CommunityChest pic.twitter.com/hJ55V1w2Ai— Hasbro...
    Changes are coming to the iconic board game Monopoly: For the first time in more than 85 years, 16 of the game's cards will be replaced, Hasbro announced last week. Monopoly will let consumers vote on its new Community Chest Cards, so that the cards better reflect what community means to people in 2021.  "Covering topics like beauty contests, holiday funds, and life insurance, there is no denying the Monopoly game's Community Chest Cards are long overdue for a refresh," Hasbro said in a press release. "And, coming out of the tumultuous year of 2020, the term 'community' has taken on a whole new meaning." So, the "Second place in a beauty contest" card could switch to "shop local." Other options for the new cards include "Rescue a puppy" and "Help your neighbors clean up their yard after a storm." "The world has changed a lot since Monopoly became a household name more than 85 years ago, and clearly today community is more important than ever," Eric Nyman, Chief Consumer Officer at Hasbro, said. "We felt like 2021 was...
    For the first time in 85 years, the popular board game monopoly will enjoy the renewal of its 16 “Guys Commune” cards to reflect today’s society. There are no cards with titles like beauty pageants or holiday funds, and Hello “Local Shopping”, “Adopt a Puppy” or “Help Your Neighbors” cards. The American company Hasbro decided to give a mask to its popular board game to express the sense of community in real life. “The world has changed a lot since monopoly became a household name 85 years ago and today it is clear that society is more important than ever,” Eric Nyman said in a statement Thursday. Head of Consumer Relations at Hasbro. “2021 we thought was the perfect time to deliver to the fans [du jeu] The community is an opportunity to show the world what it means to them, ”he added. So fans of the transaction game are invited to vote for their new favorite cards on the Monopoly CommunityChes.com website. Once the voting is over, the new version will be available this fall. READ  Tesco, Asta, Sainsbury's...
    For the first time in over 85 years, Monopoly’s 16 Community Chest Cards are about to get a “long overdue” refresh, Hasbro announced Thursday. “True to its longstanding history of inviting its fans to help make changes to the game, and during a time when community means more than ever before, Monopoly is asking consumers worldwide to determine the new cards by voting at MonopolyCommunityChest.com,” the company said in a press release. The release continued: Covering topics like beauty contests, holiday funds, and life insurance, there is no denying the Monopoly game’s Community Chest Cards are long overdue for a refresh. And, coming out of the tumultuous year of 2020, the term “community” has taken on a whole new meaning. Hasbro is counting on their fans to help reflect what community means in their real lives, into the Monopoly game, by voting for new cards like “Shop Local,” “Rescue A Puppy,” or “Help Your Neighbors.” Hasbro asked social media users to help make the changes by voting for their favorite cards online: Yup, you read that right: THE MONOPOLY GAME is...
    Hasbro announced Friday it will update 16 Monopoly board game "Community Chest" cards to reflect a more contemporary view of the term "community." The company said the changes will be the first made to the property trading game in at least 85 years and will ditch prompts such as winning a "beauty contest" or winning "life insurance," according to a readout posted online. “The world has changed a lot since Monopoly became a household name ... and clearly today community is more important than ever,” said Eric Nyman, who is the chief consumer officer at Hasbro. Instead, the game will now offer scenarios such as rewards for visiting an elderly neighbor, buying cookies from a bake sale, and donating blood. FRY'S THE LIMIT: Mr. POTATO HEAD GOES GENDER NEUTRAL Hasbro said part of its initiative to change the game's cards will be inspired by community votes, encouraging fans to visit MonopolyCommunityChest.com to vote on new card ideas. Submissions will be accepted through April 9. “We felt like 2021 was the perfect time to give fans the opportunity to...
    Toy company Hasbro, Inc announced on Thursday that it is updating its popular board game Monopoly. For the first time in 85 years, all 16 of the famous Community Chest cards are being changed to appeal to a more modern audience. Prompts on the yellow cards including having to pay $50 for 'doctor's fees' and winning $10 for 'coming in second place in a beauty contest.' New cards will require players to pay for donating to an animal shelter, failing to recycle the trash or not choosing to shop local.  'Covering topics like beauty contests, holiday funds, and life insurance, there is no denying the Monopoly game's Community Chest Cards are long overdue for a refresh,' Hasbro said in a statement.  'And, coming out of the tumultuous year of 2020, the term "community" has taken on a whole new meaning.'  It is unclear if Hasboro will no longer sell versions of Monopoly with the traditional cards.  Toy company Hasboro announced it is updating all 16 Community Chest cards featured on the Monopoly board game Executives said they want...
    Monopoly is ditching their current Community Chest Cards for the first time in more than 85 years to better reflect the needs of the 21st century after “tumultuous” 2020. “Covering topics like beauty contests, holiday funds, and life insurance, there is no denying the Monopoly game’s Community Chest Cards are long overdue for a refresh,” Hasbro said in a press release. “And, coming out of the tumultuous year of 2020, the term ‘community’ has taken on a whole new meaning. Hasbro is counting on their fans to help reflect what community means in their real lives, into the Monopoly game, by voting for new cards like ‘Shop Local,’ ‘Rescue A Puppy,” or ‘Help Your Neighbors’.” Currently, Community Chest Cards are the following: (RELATED: New Monopoly Game Gives Women More Money Than Men) Get Out of Jail Free Go To Jail Advance to ‘Go’ Bank error in your favor. Collect $200 Doctor’s fees. Pay $50 Grand Opera Night. Collect $50 from every player for opening night seats Holiday Fund Matures. Collect $100 Income tax refund. Collect $20 It is your...
    After 85 years of cheap hospital bills, moderate stock earnings and maturing “Christmas funds” — whatever that means, Hasbro now plans to bring Monopoly into the increasingly “woke” 21st century. The game-maker has decided to update its 16 Community Chest cards, which featured outdated prompts such as winning a “beauty contest,” actually receiving a “tax refund” or the now-rarely-seen “bank error in your favor.” In their place are more contemporary cards that evoke community service and social awareness. Swaps could include a reward for “shopping local all week,” rescuing a shelter pet or helping tend the community garden. But Hasbro wants players to decide which to include via voting. “Since Monopoly became a household name more than 85 years ago, the world has changed and embraced a new sense of community — particularly after the unprecedented year of 2020,” said Anne Leonhardi, a marketing director at Hasbro. “With community being more important than ever before, this year is the perfect time to give fans across the country the chance to show what community means to them through...
    More On: monopoly China asks Alibaba to sell off media assets: report Star Wars saves Hasbro’s 2020 sales with ‘Mandalorian’ toys Latest Google antitrust lawsuit accuses it of ‘unlawful’ union with Facebook Hasbro hit by delays of big movies like ‘Black Widow’ and ‘Ghostbusters’ After 85 years of cheap hospital bills, moderate stock earnings and maturing “Christmas funds” — whatever that means — Hasbro now plans to bring Monopoly into the increasingly “woke” 21st century. The game makers have decided to update their 16 Community Chest cards, which featured outdated prompts such as winning a “beauty contest,” actually receiving a “tax refund” or the now-rarely-seen “bank error in your favor.” In their place are more contemporary cards that evoke community service and social awareness. Swaps could include a reward for “shopping local all week,” rescuing a shelter pet or helping tend the community garden. But they want players to decide which to include via voting. “Since Monopoly became a household name more than 85 years ago, the world has changed and embraced a new sense of community...
1