Puzzle Adventurers Discover Famous Places with New MasterPieces Xplorer Maps Line
August 03, 2016 (PRLEAP.COM) Travel NewsAugust 3, 2016 - MasterPieces Puzzles invites consumers to discover a whole new puzzle adventure with its new Xplorer Maps Puzzle line.
In a recent agreement with Xplorer Maps, MasterPieces teamed with the company to offer a line of 13 new high-quality 1,000 piece puzzles featuring some of the most popular and beautiful, custom-crafted, hand-drawn Xplorer Map illustrations.
David Rolls, President of MasterPieces, said, "We're excited to deliver the incredible Xplorer Maps in puzzle format. Puzzle makers can rejoice in finding all of the small details of the maps as they make a connection with the famous places piece by piece."
"MasterPieces is the perfect partner for our maps," Greg Robitaille, President of Xplorer Maps, said. "They provide the commitment to distinctive package designs and superior image quality that is consistent to the integrity of our map illustrations."
Made 100% in the USA on the highest quality recycled blueboard and packaged in sophisticated matte-finish display boxes, the MasterPieces Xplorer Map puzzle line (MSRP $17.99 each) are large sized finished puzzles (19.25" x 26.75"). The new line includes famous places such as the Grand Canyon, Great Smoky Mountains, San Francisco Bay, Yellowstone, Yosemite, and Lake Tahoe, while other puzzles are of The World and the states of Texas, Montana and California, among others. Each puzzle is an exact replica of the map drawing and offers the same points of interest, historic places, popular attractions, indigenous wildlife, mountain ranges, and more.
"As more Xplorer maps become available, MasterPieces will continue to aggressively grow this brand," Rolls continued. "We've been able to emphasize our passion for service to the regional and national parks and we can now offer our puzzles into many of the same retail channels of the maps."
The Xplorer Maps join other MasterPieces best-selling puzzle brands such as NFL Panoramic Stadium puzzles, Tetris puzzles, Hershey's candy brand puzzles, Norman Rockwell Saturday Evening Post puzzles, John Deere puzzles, and hundreds of others.
About Xplorer Maps:
Xplorer Maps, based in Missoula, MT, creates the world's finest hand-drawn and hand-lettered illustrations of National Parks and other significant historical sites and destinations throughout the world. The high quality and unique maps are rendered using an antique, old-world style mastered by the artist, Chris Robitaille. Originally designed to pay homage to the early cartographers, the maps are interpretive, educational, culturally and historically relevant and are attractive as fine art framed for home, office or hotel décor. The beautiful illustrations are geographically accurate, intricate in their attention to detail and aesthetically pleasing. More information is available at http://xplorermaps.com/store/.
About MasterPieces Puzzle Company:
MasterPieces Puzzle Company was founded by David Rolls, former 8-year professional baseball player for the Kansas City Royals and Texas Rangers organizations, in 1995 with a passion to serve diverse retail markets and partner with evergreen brands and top puzzle artists. Twenty years later, MasterPieces has established itself as the market leader for combining the best quality products with the best value. Headquartered in Tucson, Arizona, MasterPieces reputation for producing innovative and high-quality products has propelled its global growth and the company's commitment to ensuring great value and superior customer support has earned its dedicated, worldwide customer loyalty. MasterPieces creates some of the world most elegant puzzles and innovative packaging, as well as toys and gifts, while also partnering with brands such as John Deere, John Wayne, Tetris, Animal Planet, Hershey's, and sports licensing with MLB, NFL, NCAA, NHL organizations. For more information about MasterPieces, visit the company website at MasterPiecesInc and for the most immediate information and interaction with the company, please like and follow MasterPieces on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and YouTube.