How To Make Money In Today’s Amusement Industry

There is still plenty of money to be made in the amusements industry. What was true in the "good old days" 30, 40 or 50 years ago is still true today: operators, distributors and manufacturers can start with practically nothing (just enough money for a couple of used...

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50 Ways To Go Broke Doing Redemption Games

Not knowing who your customers will be, not choosing the best redemption games for that market, and not having the best mix of games. Having too many or too few redemption games. You will need to average $200 per week per game based on an average game cost of only...

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Top 60 Redemption & Merchandise Games October 2015

The Redemption & FEC Report #32 has compiled the Top 60 Redemption & Top 15 Merchandise Dispensing Games that Alpha-Omega Amusements & Sales currently has at one of its locations. Included in the ranking is an Apple Photo Booth and an Air Hockey game....

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Cinema Family Entertainment Center Combo Model Works

San Antonio, TX. Brandon Arceneaux and Chris Hoegemeyer, owners of the successful City Base Cinema, were looking for a way to bring even more excitement to the re-developing South Side San Antonio area.  Their 10-screen trendy, niche theater offers inexpensive movie...

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Bowling Center Proprietors May Need to ‘Lighten-up’

Bowling centers are ready for a generation change. Thirty years ago proprietors started investing in black lights and lasers and cosmic bowling became the new craze to attract the next generation of bowlers known as Gen X (born 1965-84). Now Gen X’ers have grown up...

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