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Get the revolutionary Expression Swing for under $1,400!   

In the spirit of Halloween fun, Play! by Crozier held a Spooktacular Giveaway! to win a GameTime Expression Swing, the industry’s first swing that allows parent and child to swing together. On October 30th, one lucky winner was chosen from the witches' hat filled with applicants. CONGRATS Marina from Ottawa!  

“We’re looking forward incorporate the Expression Swing into the design of the next park development in Findlay Creek Village. This unique swing is a fun way to encourage interaction and bonding between parents and their children - we’re excited to see it at work in the park!", said Marina. 

Thank you everyone who entered the draw! It's not too late for you to get an Expression Swing for your community- we are offering them for an affordable price of under $1,400! (Swing bay sold separately).

Gone are the days of pushing your toddler on a swing and all you get to see is their back. Imagine seeing every reaction, and them seeing yours! If you aren’t one of the 4 million people that viewed it on Facebook, watch the video below to see what you’ve been missing!

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School replaces aging play structure with help from grant funds!  

COBDEN, ON: A decade-long idea to replace an aging playground structure at Cobden District Public School has finally come to fruition, thanks to ongoing fundraising efforts and some help from Play! by Crozier's School Grant Program.

The primary school bid adieu to the old, failing wooden kindergarten playground, in favour of a bright, fun and safe GameTime playground that promotes interactive play. See the before and after below!

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Enter to win the revolutionary Expression Swing for your community!  

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By now, you’ve probably heard of GameTime’s Expression Swing, the industry’s first swing that allows parent and child to swing together. If you aren’t one of the 4 million people that viewed it on Facebook, watch the video below to see what you’ve been missing!

This revolutionary swing that promotes intergenerational play as adults and children swing together, face to face, has created such a buzz in the U.S. that communities everywhere are installing a swing of their very own.

Now it’s Canada’s turn to see play in a whole new way! As the exclusive GameTime representative for all of Manitoba, Ontario, NWT, Nunavut and the Maritimes, Play! by Crozier is busy installing Expression Swings in local parks and playgrounds. 

Play Grant 2015

$500k in funding avaiable to help build perfect school playgrounds!  

Back by popular demand, Play! by Crozier is launching its 2nd annual Play! School Grant Program, with half a million dollars in grant funding available to help Canadian schools build the playground of their dreams.

Playtime is usually the favourite part of a child’s school day, and a well-designed playground is where children begin to develop social skills and it is where they learn valuable lessons about trust, teamwork and following the rules,” said Iain Crozier, Vice President at Play! by Crozier. “Through our grant program, we were able to make this essential childhood element a reality for many schools. We are eager to continue offer this amazing opportunity for the 2nd year in a row, and know many well-deserving schools will benefit from the support.”

On now until October 30th, Play! is offering up to $500,000 in grants to schools across Manitoba, Ontario, NWT, Nunavut and the Maritimes for the purchase of playground equipment. If chosen, Play! will match up to 33% on every dollar of your allotted playground budget to ensure you get the perfect play space for your school. Funding is given on a first come basis, so it is recommended to apply now as funds will go fast!

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Expression Swing: Order the swing that has millions talking!  

Have you seen GameTime’s exclusive face-to-face Expression Swing that allows parents and their children to swing together? The video of the industry’s first playground swing that promotes intergenerational play has garnered nearly 4 million views on Facebook alone, and interest keeps increasing!

See what you’ve been missing:

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Swings are a staple piece on any playground, not only for the fun factor but because they play a crucial role in the overall development of a child. Because they require constant, changing motion as well as monitoring of the player’s environment, swings contribute to the development of movement and perceptual skills.

GameTime, North America's largest manufacturer of playground equipment and the renowned leader in play, has leveraged nearly a century of expertise to create an exclusive line of swing options. With modern takes on classic favourites such as the Tire Swing to designing accessible options like the Zero-G Chair  which ensures every child can play together, GameTime has a swing for everyone.

Swinging 101: Discover GameTime’s Innovative Swing Options: 

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Pre-Order the revolutionary swing that has millions talking!  

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Play! by Crozier, a division of Crozier Enterprises focused on creating fun and inclusive playgrounds and spray pads where kids can learn and be active, is pleased to announce the release of GameTime’s Expression SwingTM, the industry’s first swing that allows parent and child to swing together.

The patent-pending, face-to-face playground swing that promotes intergenerational play has created quite the buzz since the April 2nd GameTime Press Release, with nearly 4 million views on Facebook and countless media nods.

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Apply by April 30th to Save Up to 35% Off!  

Now through April 30th, 2015, Play! by Crozier is offering up to 35% off on select GameTime play systems that are specifically designed for schools. This sale is open to schools across Manitoba, Ontario, NWT, Nunavut and the Maritimes.

Browse through our School Playground Sale Brochure HERE to see some of the highlighted sale units and to learn how GameTime helps enrich the lives of children and communities through play.