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Brunswick Billiards' New Scorer Foosball Table Offers Game Enthusiasts New Design Option

BRISTOL, Wis., Aug. 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Brunswick Billiards – a world leader in the design and craftsmanship of billiards tables, game room furnishings and billiards equipment – is introducing a new look for a home game room staple. Brunswick's Scorer Foosball table features a walnut-colored wood pattern that will complement a clean and simple room decor or add a classic touch to a more modern setting.

Brunswick Billiards' Scorer Foosball Table

"Foosball proves time and time again to be a favorite in the home game room," said Brent Hutton, president of Brunswick Billiards. "With the Scorer Foosball table, we've created a game table that offers a fresh design – along with long hours of fun and superior playability and craftsmanship."

The Scorer Foosball Table features a cabinet printed in a walnut-colored wood pattern, melamine play surface, proprietary player, three-man goalie for fast play, adjustable leg levers, end ball returns and built-in cup holders.

Please contact your local dealer for pricing and availability.

For more information on Brunswick Billiards' Scorer Foosball table, visit www.BrunswickBilliards.com, become a fan on Facebook at www.facebook.com/brunswickbilliards or follow on Twitter @Brunswickpool

About Brunswick Billiards
Connecting generations through superior craftsmanship and innovation since 1845, Brunswick Billiards has been the leader in designing the highest-quality billiards and pool tables and game room furnishings preferred by experts around the world. Based in Bristol, Wis., the billiards division of Brunswick Corporation (NYSE: BC), has more than 300 retail dealer locations across the United States and international distributors in more than 40 countries. For more information about Brunswick Billiards and its product line, visit www.BrunswickBilliards.com.

About Brunswick Corporation
Headquartered in Lake Forest, Illinois., Brunswick Corporation endeavors to instill "Genuine Ingenuity"™ in all its leading consumer brands, including Mercury and Mariner outboard engines; Mercury MerCruiser sterndrives and inboard engines; MotorGuide trolling motors; Attwood marine parts and accessories; Land 'N' Sea, Kellogg Marine, and Diversified Marine parts and accessories distributors; Arvor, Bayliner, Boston Whaler, Cabo Yachts, Crestliner, Cypress Cay, Harris FloteBote, Hatteras, Lowe, Lund, Meridian, Princecraft, Quicksilver, Rayglass, Sea Ray, Sealine, Suncruiser, Triton Aluminum, Trophy, Uttern and Valiant boats; Life Fitness and Hammer Strength fitness equipment; Brunswick bowling centers, equipment and consumer products; Brunswick billiards tables and foosball tables. For more information, visit http://www.brunswick.com.

For more information, contact:





Audrey Wayne




Christine Weyand

KemperLesnik




Brunswick Billiards

224.383.6006 




262.857.5248

[email protected] 




[email protected]

 

Brunswick Billiards

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