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Cover: The Redemption Plus Kids Welcome the Age of the Prize Game
Players, Tickets & Toys -- Merchandise Roundup Super Section
Talking Taxes -- Industry leaders returned to Washington, D.C., in their continued effort to advocate for tax policies that incentivize equipment purchasing and hiring. In addition to meeting with individual Congressional members from Florida, AAMA and AMOA leaders also sat down with staff from several key policy-making committees.
Honoring Hesch -- The Illinois Coin Machine Operators Association hosted its annual meeting, much of it focused on video gaming. The group also honored former AMOA president and Illinois luminary Don Hesch with the John Neville Award for achievemen.
Rose City Roundup -- Oregon operators gathered in Portland in late May for the annual meeting of the Oregon Amusement and Music Operators Association, where they discussed pressing issues, heard from AMOA President Bobby Hogin and then hit the golf link.
Eyes on the Prize -- Redemption Plus, this month’s cover story subject, helps anchor our special redemption prize section. Get the full story on this unique firm that puts life-work balance and the lives of its staff members to the forefront of its corporate focus.
Supply Side -- We rounded up hot news, product trends and other items of note from the world of prize supply for this special section.
Big Gun Gurus -- Two of our most respected columnists, Frank Seninsky and George McAuliffe, weigh in on the redemption prize biz and the nuances of offering prizes with perceived value and profit potential.
BullShooter Bonanza -- Player participation was way up from previous years and many international darters represented their countries at the annual BullShooter, which offered more than $125,000 in prizes at the Hyatt Regency O'Hare in late May.
Strong Foundations -- The perennial Foundations Entertainment University will host an upcoming session in Chicago this month, on the heels of a special presentation by Foundations’ experts in Dubai.
A Wild Tal e-- Marty Rosen, a veteran Long Island FEC operator, was looking to add something new to his facility when he developed the Wild West Target Paintball attraction. Now, he’s making the profitable attraction available to other.
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Calendar of Events
Editorial: Comments from our Editor Steve White.
Frank Talk by Frank Seninsky of Alpha Omega Amusements, New Jersey.
Hail to the Chief: Our monthly chat with AMOA President Bobby Hogin.
Jersey Jack: Industry veteran Jack Guarnieri of Jersey Jack Pinball, Inc., PinballSales.com and ShuffleAlley.com shares philosophies and ideas for today's industry.
Party Professor: Beth Standlee of TrainerTainment teaches how to make parties stand out with your customers and your bottom line.
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