Late for the Sky Production Company
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Late for the Sky Production Company was started in 1984 by a Miami University of Ohio student started to create a Miami University campus version of Monopoly. The company then focused on expanding its products by keeping to college-themed versions. Later it expanded its product line to other themes.
The company's major product lines include "-opoly" games for nearly sixty major colleges and universities in the United States, and the "City in a Box" games, localized for major U.S. cities. They also have a line of specialty games, and produce custom games for other themes.
Late For The Sky also manufactures custom "-opoly" games for communities and businesses. These games include custom images on the box, board, cards, and money, along with tokens chosen by the customer.
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- Miami University of Ohio
- University of Nebraska
- OSU Ohio State
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