Archive for Street Beat

The Original Social Network:
Face-to-Face Interaction Is the New-Old Cool

September 1, 2011 No Comments

Without a doubt, the music industry has changed, and the coin-operated business with it. Once upon a time, when record labels would release a new song or reveal an up-and-coming artist, it would be through the jukebox and radio. Today, those channels are just one part of a larger, more complex marketing scheme, yet the […]

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The Latest Buzz About Licensed Merchandise – A Coin-Op Industry Update

September 1, 2011 No Comments

It’s all in the brand. That’s what experts say about how licensed merchandising can be profitable for customers. For kids and tweens especially, the difference between dropping a coin into a sticker or capsule machine can often come down to whether or not they recognize the famous face or name staring back at them. And […]

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Digital Centre Is a Photo Booth Leader

August 1, 2011 No Comments

Digital Centre makes photo booths cabins with all the equipment included. The company’s products are installed in all types of locations and by event planners and home users. The company offers durable and reliable photo booths, with new retro design combined with improved software ideal for any high-traffic location.

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Brunswick Rolls Out Major Network System Upgrade

August 1, 2011 No Comments

Brunswick debuted Version 5 of its industry-leading Vector®Plus center network system at the 2011 International Bowl Expo last June. The update included significant enhancements that help bowling center proprietors improve cash management, simplify in-center marketing and further enhance the entertainment value of the bowling experience. Vector Plus 5 will ship standard to all new Vector […]

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A Partner for Success:
Putting a Coin-op Operator in Your Corner

August 1, 2011 No Comments

In most things in life, purchasing an item almost always makes sense over leasing it. Whether it is a car or a house, furniture or electronics, generally the return is in the consumer’s favor if they have the means to buy. Yet there is one arena where it might put business owners at a disadvantage […]

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Coin-op Industry Update: Advances in Machine Technology

August 1, 2011 No Comments

With technological advances growing more and more complex each day, businesses are affected in a variety of ways.  For those in the vending machine industry, technological growth has, for the most part, been a positive influence on business.  In recent years, coin-op operators have observed some great new capabilities, thanks to these advances, and negative […]

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Photo Booth Manufacturer Serves Clients Around the World

June 1, 2011 No Comments

Digital Centre, a family founded multinational corporation, has been serving the amusement industry since 1997 with factory and offices in Europe and America and authorized distributors around the globe. The company specializes in the manufacture of photo booths with sales in more than 45 countries, and thousands of the machines still operating. The units feature […]

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The Change Game: The Hottest Trends in Coin-op Games Throughout North America May Surprise You

The Change Game: The Hottest Trends in Coin-op Games Throughout North America May Surprise You

June 1, 2011 No Comments

If you think that arcades are a thing of the past thanks to home entertainment systems like Xbox and Wii, think again. Never have arcades been more popular among such a wide range of gamers. Look no further than Barcade in Brooklyn’s trendy Williamsburg section where old-school coin-op arcade games line a warehouse where one’s […]

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Redemption Games: Prizes Can Divert Attention from Handheld Devices

June 1, 2011 No Comments

Video may have killed the radio song, but now, it seems, smart phones have killed the video game. At least that’s been Mark Aikman’s experience. After spending time observing customers at popular game and amusement locations, Aikman, owner of Able Vending in El Paso, Texas, has noticed a shift in the way kids and teens […]

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Bulk Vending Machines: Tips to Keep Vandals at Bay

April 1, 2011 No Comments

Bill Hutchison has seen vending machines broken into with blowtorches.  He’s seen machines vandalized and robbed in police stations. He’s seen would-be thieves who have unwittingly gotten their arms stuck inside machines and had to call 9-1-1. “It really doesn’t matter what type of machine it is,” said Hutchison, a longtime bulk vending operator and […]

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