TAGS: LAI Games, LAI open house, coin machine, amusement games, coin-operated games, Balloon Buster, Little Speedy redemption game, Chris Brady, Nickelmania
Source: LAI Games | Released July 20, 2013
Dallas, TX, July 2013 -- LAI Games recently hosted a four-day open house in their U.S. headquarters in Dallas, TX. The company invited distributors, operators and locations from across the Lone Star State to take a look at its latest products, give feedback on two never-before-seen titles, and to meet the staff of LAI Games and sister company Embed, located in the same office. Over 50 companies attended, including the major amusement locations in the Dallas area.
On display were the new hit merchandiser, Balloon Buster, Little Speedy redemption game for kids, the Snapshot photobooth, the Rolly Rolly redemption game, and more. Also on display was the new bar-height version of the Ghost Town video redemption game. In addition, attendees got a sneak peak at two new redemption games, Dinosaur Century and Thunderbolt.
PHOTO: Olga and Jim Rowe (and Olga’s father, center-left) of Nickelmania with LAI's Chris Brady playing Ghost Town.
“We are thrilled at the response to the open house. We had a fantastic turnout, and getting feedback from these great companies on our brand new games was invaluable,” said LAI’s marketing manager, Allison Timberlake.
LAI wishes to thank everyone who attended.
About LAI Games
LAI Games USA, a subsidiary of Leisure and Allied Industries (LAI), has been a leader in the interactive entertainment and game industry for over 50 years. The company develops, manufactures, and sells coin-operated prize merchandising games, ticket redemption games, photo booths,and kiddy rides to distributors, operators, and entertainment centers around the world. For more information, please visit www.LAIGames.com.
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