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Issue Date: Vol. 50, No. 8, August 2010, Posted On: 7/22/2010


Elaut Extends Big One I, II Crane Buyback Opportunity To Aug. 1


Nick Montano
Nick@vendingtimes.net
Elaut USA, Elaut cranes, coin-op machines, Debbie Gonzalez

LAKEWOOD, NJ -- Elaut USA is offering a buy-back opportunity to operators with Big One cranes to sell or trade. The offer is being made to enable the company to meet growing demand, and is good until Aug. 1.

Elaut USA reports that it will pay $7,000 for a Big One II and $5,500 for a Big One I, complete and working. The company will make arrangements to pick up the equipment "where-is." The seller may choose payment by check upon pickup, or may opt for a credit toward purchase of any of several popular Elaut games: Disco Round (with spinning turntable and '70s soundtrack), Little Giga (a small-form-factor crane that can be wall-mounted), Giga 900, Mr. Claw, Four Player Quattro or its smaller stablemate, the Four Player Carré.

Operators wishing to take advantage of this opportunity are invited to call Elaut USA's national sales manager, Debbie Gonzalez, at (877) 533-5225 or debbie@elautusa.com.


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