Hale and Winter run Hale Electronics, a Huntsville pinball business that’s one-part arcade, one-part repair service. The two friends have worked as game-techs several years together at local haunt Pints & Pixels, positions they still hold. Hale Electronics opened in a lawnmower-shed sized space at arts facility Lowe Mill, address 2211 Seminole Drive, in late December. This month, Hale Electronics moved into a space that’s about 250 percent larger, in studio 122, the former home of Green Pea Press, the popular screenprinter here that’s moved to studio 150.

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Meet Alabama’s new pinball wizards – al.comhttps://www.al.com/business/2020/03/pop-clack-ding-meet-alabamas-new-pinball-wizards.htmlHale and Winter run Hale Electronics, a Huntsville pinball business that’s one-part arcade, one-part repair service. The two friends have worked as game-techs several years together at local haunt Pints & Pixels, positions they still hold. Hale Electronics opened in a lawnmower-shed sized space at arts facility Lowe Mill, address 2211 Seminole Drive, in late December. This month, Hale Electronics moved into a space that’s about 250 percent larger, in studio 122, the former home of Green Pea Press, the popular screenprinter here that’s moved to studio 150.

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