MöbileSchlägen Press Release 02.28.2017



February 28, 2017

Eichenfeld, LLC

Contact: Marc Johnson

Phone: 585-948-5838

Email: marc@mobileschlagen.com



 MöbileSchlägen, the world’s first portable nail-hammering game is now available for purchase exclusively through Kickstarter Campaign 


Oakfield, New York- Eichenfeld LLC, a company based in Oakfield, New York, launched their MöbileSchlägen Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign on February 25th 2017.  The traditional nail-pounding German game of skill, strategy and fun, can only be played by acquiring large stumps of wood that must remain stationary in your yard or gaming venue.   MöbileSchlägen has re-invented this favorite German game, made it mobile and now you can be the first to purchase the world’s only portable nail hammering game.


Of MöbileSchlägen’s much anticipated product launch, co-inventor Marc Johnson said, “We’ve spent a great deal of time proving our concept, engineering our product, and securing a full utility patent from the United States Patent and Trademark Office.  We have a deep bench of MöbileSchlägen ambassadors that have patiently waited for this moment.  We anticipate a very active Kickstarter project.  Our team is poised to meet the demand of our customers and we are excited with the amount of support the crowdfunding community has promised to the MöbileSchlägen project.  This is the beginning of a fun run.”

To learn more about MöbileSchlägen and pledge to the Kickstarter campaign, visit http://kck.st/2lScUTl or follow the Kickstarter link at www.mobileschlagen.com.


About Eichenfeld, LLC:  Eichenfeld LLC is the sole patent holder, manufacturer, and distributor of MöbileSchlägen games and MöbileSchlägen replacement stumps and accessories based in Oakfield, New York.  The Western New York Company was founded in 2015 and is the first and only mass-market portable nail-hammering game provider.  MöbileSchlägen’s popularity has been bolstered by critical acclaim in several regional publications and a feature story on the front-page of the Wall Street Journal.