City of Princeton has created a new game: “Princeton-opoly”

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If you’re a Monopoly fan, the City of Princeton has a new game made just for you!

The city has created a game called ” Princeton-opoly! This is the second year the city has created a themed game.

The theme this year is “2019-Crusin Edition!”

The game board has local businesses all around it and the game pieces are focused on the 1957 Thunderbird model.

City Manager Mike Webb says the game helps to keep the city moving forward.

“When you look back 20 years from now, you’ll see there was substance here in the City,” said Weber. “You’ll realize the people here worked together, not only the citizens but the businesses and the city government. It’s a good community and we do a good job working together.”

You can purchase the game at City Hall in Princeton beginning on Monday, December 10th. The cost of the game is $30.

All proceeds will be donated to the Princeton Railroad Museum.

Jennifer Roberts

Jennifer Roberts

Multimedia Journalist

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