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GAME ON: After years of hosting game nights for friends, lawyer Rick Keuler ’96 created Nashville’s Tennessee Game Days, a three-day event that draws a crowd of about 800. There, Keuler met a local coffee shop owner interested in hosting game nights at his business, and soon after they partnered to create the Game Point Café. With hundreds of board games to play or buy, the café also has coaches to help players learn games’ rules. “I love when two groups come in separately and then suddenly they are all at the same table playing games together,” says Keuler, who still practices law occasionally. “We need more of that, and games can be a medium to bring people together.”