A 91-year-old business facing huge financial losses is among several others that have filed a lawsuit in Lake County Common Pleas Court against state officials due to the COVID-19 ban that is keeping pinball and video arcade games shut down.
As bars and restaurants move to a more touch-free environment, it may put arcade games in jeopardy.
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2018’s 20 Under 40: Nic Parks, The Pinball Company and Parks Amusements – Columbia Business TimesColumbia Business Timeshttp://columbiabusinesstimes.com/2017/12/22/2018s-20-40-nic-parks-pinball-company-parks-amusements/Nic Parks CEO, The Pinball Company and Parks Amusements Age: 39 Hometown: St. Louis. Years lived in Columbia: 17. Tell us about your job: It’s not really a job — It’s my life […]
New entertainment complex opens in Galionhttp://www.bucyrustelegraphforum.com/story/news/2017/12/01/planet-14-opens-downtown-galion-arcade-games-food/910019001/Galion has a new arcade and entertainment complex complete with classic pinball games from the past along with some of the newer games.
From Donkey Kong to Pinball, 5th Annual Retro Game Con arrives in Syracusehttp://www.localsyr.com/news/local-news/from-donkey-kong-to-pinball-5th-annual-retrogamecon-arrives-in-syracuse/859852465Thousands of gamers from across Central New York made their way to the OnCenter in Downtown Syracuse on Saturday for the 5th annual RetroGameCon event.