The Oregon Amusement and Music Operators Assn. (OAMOA) will hold its annual on May 16 at Langdon Farms near Portland. The event serves as a gathering for the group’s statewide membership and set a course for the coming year. A meet-and-greet hour kicks off over coffee at 9 a.m. with the meeting itself beginning at 10 a.m.
Of course, there “ain’t no such thing as a free lunch,” and the OAMOA has solid support from manufacturers and other companies in the industry. AMI and TouchTunes are sponsoring the lunch, as well as providing three new jukeboxes for a raffle that supports the OAMOA. On the education side, A&A Global will host a class on bulk vending, Heartland MicroPayments will hold a seminar on cashless and Roger Martin, the OAMOA’s legal adviser and state lobbyist, will update members on statewide issues.