We love having fun in Amarillo.  When new things come to our city we all get excited.  It's time to get excited again, a new fun business is getting ready to open that will bring out the kid in you.

Do you love to play corn hole? Then you'll love Cornholio.

What is Cornholio?

Cornholio is an Amarillo, Texas based company that focuses on fun!
Our mentality is that you should always feel like a kid at heart and to play more games.

What is cornhole?

I like to say it's adult version of the bean bag game.  It's similar to horseshoes, but instead you use wooden boards and bean bags.  If you get a bag in the hole you score 3 points, if you make it on the board it's 1 point.  Then you play until one person or team reaches 21.

This game has become hugely popular over the years.  It's played at barbeques, tailgates, in backyards, and there are even leagues you can play in.  Many non-profits host cornhole tournaments to raise funds.

It's a fun game, and it brings people together.  Heck, I loved playing the bean bag toss as a kid and I tend to enjoy a game of cornhole every now and then.

I am by no means good at it, though.

If you're interested in getting your cornhole on, then this new business in Amarillo can help you out.  They are one of the great sources of cornhole boards and other great backyard games.  Have you always wanted a giant Jenga game? What about a giant chess game?  They can help with that.

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Plus they have event rentals and can help out with tournaments, and if you want to join a league, then they can help you with that as well.

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Photo Courtesy of Cornholio
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Their business will be located on Historic Rt. 66.  Get ready to get your game on!  They are expecting to have their Grand Opening in April.

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