At first when this guy opened the place that has about 14 pinball machines it sounded like a good idea to pay $30 for a key fob that was supposed to just let "members" in. But every time we go there the front door is propped open & the door to the pinball room is either propped open or you can push it to get in. So..... why make me pay $30 to get in?
There are about 10 security cameras.
The owner "Scott" says he doesn't really care if he makes money & says if he does... he will just buy more machines. He pays top retail for these games & I cant see how he does make ANY $ with maybe 10 people in there for a few hours on a Sat night. I hardly ever see anyone there weekdays & just 1-2 people week nights.
Scott owns the apartment building where this room is in the front facing Broadway.
Scott's seems like a very nice guy; so this is NOT personal.
He was served papers for the TILT Pinball name so now it's Fargo Pinball
Your reason for the $30 fee was to keep the drunks from the near by bars out... which is ok but... I think you hope the public come in & spend their $$ so you take a chance.
I figure he has at least $50,000 in pinball/security cameras & change machines.
If you DON'T want to keep both doors locked... (with not having to use a key fob)... give us back the $30 please.