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Issue Date: Vol. 51, No. 12, December 2011, Posted On: 11/15/2011

Elaut USA Announces Trade-Up For Wizard Of Oz Pusher; 3-Player WOZ Debuts

by Staff Reporter
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LAKEWOOD, NJ -- Elaut USA is authorizing trades of good used equipment for its popular Wizard of Oz pusher, said company president and chief executive Jack Guarnieri. The company needs good equipment for accounts and amusement and theme parks nationwide, he said.

Elaut will take up to $15,000 in trades of accepted games toward the purchase of each new six-player Wizard of Oz Pusher or $6,000 in trades of accepted games towards the purchase of a new three-player Wizard of Oz Pusher, which will debut at IAAPA show. The offer applies to operators and distributors.

The original Wizard of Oz pusher is fully automatic and it hosts up to six players. It features a new style of play for a pusher in which patrons receive credits (tokens) by inserting payment and then align and launch their tokens using joysticks and buttons. When a button is continuously pressed, rapid-fire results. In addition to tokens, collectible WOZ character cards could be pushed off the playfield. The Wizard of Oz coin pusher was the No. 1 on the Jersey Shore this year. | SEE STORY

Buyers may email their game trade lists to Jack@elautusa.com or call Guarnieri at (800) 473-5225 for pricing on trades.

Elaut USA Inc. was established in 2008 when Belgium's Elaut completed its acquisition of Monduce Inc., a major operating company specializing in arcade concessions at amusement parks. Guarnieri became an equity owner in the U.S.

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