"Bomberopoly" Fundraiser for Richland High School Music Program
Richland, Wash. - One of America's favorite board games now seems even more familiar.
he Richland High School Instrumental Music Booster's Club is releasing "Bomberopoly". It is their take on Monopoly, but instead of moving down Park Place or the Boardwalk, players can stop at spaces like Yoke's Fresh Market and Kadlec Regional Medical Center.
Organizers say the game will help pay for much needed new music equipment.
"Some of it's very old, it's been used for a long time. Just something like a drum set for the marching band is upwards of $20,000. It's not possible to ask a school district to pay for those types of things, said Richland High School Instrumental Music Booster Club President Bob Shannon.
Each game costs $35. There are only 1,500 available, and the club hopes to sell each one. You can pre-order your copy here.