Reyn Guyer

Toy Inventor

Reyn Guyer Creative Group

Reyn Guyer is the developer and inventor of the game, Twister, which was licensed to the Milton Bradley Company, as well as the Nerf Ball and its spinoffs, which were licensed to Parker Brothers.

In 1986, with his daughter Ree, Guyer founded Nashville’s Wrensong Music, which has won two CMA (Country Music Association) Song of the Year awards and charted several hundred top-ten songs. He founded and chairs Winsor Learning, which remediates children’s reading skills worldwide. He cowrote the musical Stained Glass, which is currently setting up in theaters around the country. Guyer’s most recent ...

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