uard Tables For Sale
Believe it or not, playing shuffleboard on tables can be traced as far back as England: 1532. First "shoveboard", then "shovelboard", this game consisted of coins and a polished table top. Shoving these coins over the tabletop was a favorite past-time for some of the members of the royal family. It did not take long for the "commoners" to adapt this game for their own use, and became so popular that people actually stopped going to work, causing it to be banned!
As tempting as it may be skip work to play this entertaining game, we wouldn't suggest it. But we do suggest that you take a closer look at our shuffleboards. It's an addictive game and it would make a fine addition to your rec or game room - as a great conversation piece or game of sport!
One of the main reasons as to why shuffleboard tables are becoming popular is because of the limited amount of space it occupies and the low level of maintenance required to keep this game operational. It is a game that appeals to a wide range of people of various backgrounds and interests, and is guaranteed to be a crowd pleaser and not to sit idle for long!