Joseph Balcuk has launched a new game company.
Joseph M. Balcuk managed to launch a new game company, manufacture
products, and secure more than 150 retail outlets nationally, all during
the last year of his self-funded venture.
And now, the Farmingdale High School
and Adelphi University
graduate is about to see his efforts on a national stage.
is an unbelievable experience to present my games to buyers that have
the power to reach the masses,” said Balcuk, 36, a Farmingdale class of
1994 graduate. “This is what every inventor dreams.”
began by building a grassroots game company, RoosterFin Inc., and
released four new trademarked family games - "PongCano," "Shufflin’
Feet," "Monkeys Up,", and "Masheroo."
He brought his games to the Toy Preview convention in Dallas recently, and is preparing for the Toy Industry Association’s annual Toy Fair
at the Jacob Javits Convention Center Feb. 10-13, 2013 in New York.
Each show brings in the likes of Toys R Us
, Target, Walmart,
among all other major worldwide retailers.
and Shufflin’ Feet already received Creative Child Magazine Awards and
are now available for purchase on Amazon. For other store locations or
for more information about RoosterFin games visit www.roosterfin.com
graduating from Farmingdale, he received a BS in Mathematics from
Adelphi University and an MS in Integrated Mathematics from Dowling
College. Then, he began his own business. He now lives in Moriches in
Suffolk County, but family members still reside in Farmingdale.
vision is to bring families and friends together around the table. “The
toy and game industry is giving me great opportunity to bring my vision
to fruition,” said Balcuk. “I pinch myself every time I wake up.”
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