Jazzminton on Today Show!

Ever heard of Jazzminton? New beach sport to try in Florida (Fox 35)

A retired automotive engineer in Clearwater Beach is trying to bring back old-fashioned fun to coastlines all around Florida. He wants people at the beach to put down handheld technology and play real-life toys and games instead. Good Day Orlando’s David Martin takes you to the Gulf of Mexico to show you his latest invention -- Jazzminton.

Jazzminton, a new game invented in Clearwater, now sold nationwide (ABC Action News)


We try it: Jazzminton, a new game now sold nationwide (Wish-TV)

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In the months ahead Funsparks LLC, the inventor and marketer of the Jazzminton product line, will organize local, regional and national tournaments. Events calendars will be set up so people can connect with other players in their area. The product sells for $199.99 and is available here.

Plan Your July 4th Party from the Couch with These Amazon Finds! (Carolina AM)

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Audra Challenges Greg in a Game of Jazzminton Sport (Carolina AM)

Jazzminton Sport is a new game being served up nationally. Audra and Greg play a round on Carolina A.M

Chicago prepares for excessive heat: ‘Take it seriously’

A heat advisory that was issued Wednesday for most counties south of I-80 is expected to expand north Thursday, including most of the Chicago metro area, said the National Weather Service's Scott Baker.

From Wordle to sweets, holiday gift ideas for the grown-ups

Move over pickleball, Jazzminton Sport is on your tail. It’s an indoor-outdoor game played with paddles and birdies and a unique net with a horizontal cut out. There are no boundaries. No court is required. Set up is simple. Two people play. Just bat the birdie back and forth through the hole until the winner reaches an agreed-upon point number. $199.99.If one net isn’t enough, go for four with Crossnet. It’s a four-square-meets-volleyball game for indoors, outdoors, on sand or concrete, in water or on grass. Play is, uh, complicated. In a nutshell: Four people are up or break into teams of two. Play goes around one hit per return across four nets until the ball hits the ground or goes out of bounds. People are rotated in and out. The net height is adjustable. $149.99 at Crossnetgame.com. —- For more AP gift guides, go to https://apnews.com/hub/gift-guide.


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