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ROSSFORD, Ohio (WTVG) – Board games are much more than Monopoly and Candy Land, a fact that really stands out frogtown hobbies in Rossford.

The Gaming Lounge was launched in 2014 by Rob Coffman, who used a finance degree from the University of Toledo and his work in sales to turn his passion into a cutting-edge business.

“We offer trading card games, board games, tabletop games, miniatures to role-playing games… a little bit of everything,” Coffman said. “We see people from all walks of life, all professions. Doctors for college students and all ages.”

Skills range from expert to novice, with Froglet Club specializing in players aged 8-15. And the possibilities are endless, limited only by the imagination of those who walk through the door.

“Thursday night we have Open Board Game Play – a lot of the people who come are game producers, so they’re testing their own games,” said Customer Experience Manager Paris Stevens. “But it’s open to everyone, so you can spend time with friends and family outside of the home, bring your own food and meet people.”

The end goal is to develop mental athletes and connect social players in Rossford and the surrounding area.

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