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    #951 3 years ago
    Quoted from halflip87:

    I work a lot of trade shows for my job and many of them feature some sort of "scavenger hunt" to encourage attendees to visit vendor booths and allow the vendors to generate more potential leads.
    Basically, all attendees receive a card listing the names of various vendors which they have to visit and get a signature/stamp from. Once their card is complete, they submit it to be entered into a raffle for a nice prize. I think this would increase traffic through the vendor hall and give incentives to both the attendees and vendors.
    -Doug

    Interesting idea. I'm not sure if vendors would like to be interrupted all day by people looking for stamps at their booth, though.

    #952 3 years ago
    Quoted from halflip87:

    I work a lot of trade shows for my job and many of them feature some sort of "scavenger hunt" to encourage attendees to visit vendor booths and allow the vendors to generate more potential leads.
    Basically, all attendees receive a card listing the names of various vendors which they have to visit and get a signature/stamp from. Once their card is complete, they submit it to be entered into a raffle for a nice prize. I think this would increase traffic through the vendor hall and give incentives to both the attendees and vendors.
    -Doug

    Agreed. We used to do this at LotusSphere to keep everyone moving around and finding the vendors in the product showcase. So here you would get a card with your wrist band.Fill out you name and contact info. Drop it in a container on the way out near the vendor doorway after getting all of the stamps.

    I'm sure I walked by a couple of people I would have like to say hello to without knowing they were there. This gives an nice incentive to search everyone out.

    #953 3 years ago
    Quoted from ForceFlow:

    Interesting idea. I'm not sure if vendors would like to be interrupted all day by people looking for stamps at their booth, though.

    It usually can be unobtrusive. A stamp pad with either a different color ink or shape (star, circle, square). They will get used to people walking by holding the card looking to get stamped. It gives them the opportunity to ask questions of the vendor or the vendor to say "hey, we make this great product...". It breaks the ice where some people are nervous to ask questions. t does not have to be every vendor. But usually 6 to 9 of the top supporters since it make more traffic to them and more is good.

    #954 3 years ago
    Quoted from halflip87:

    I work a lot of trade shows for my job and many of them feature some sort of "scavenger hunt" to encourage attendees to visit vendor booths and allow the vendors to generate more potential leads.
    Basically, all attendees receive a card listing the names of various vendors which they have to visit and get a signature/stamp from. Once their card is complete, they submit it to be entered into a raffle for a nice prize. I think this would increase traffic through the vendor hall and give incentives to both the attendees and vendors.
    -Doug

    This is in the planning stage for next year. I was thinking a game card with the lay out of the vendor hall. One stamp for every $20 you spend at a vendor. Get 5 to 10 stamps and trade the card in for 20 raffle tickets. Thoughts?

    #955 3 years ago
    Quoted from Whridlsoncestood:

    Don't believe you came last year Levi but we were in the vendor hall and it was great. That whole stage area where automated had the new sterns we had the 12 game bank nicely spread out. Big area for players. Line far back to give score keepers plenty of moving room. Then even further back lines of chairs to spectate and relax. Very little problem with people making it through all that and screwing with players. Our tables were set off to the right of the stage area and had ample area to do our business. To the left we even had 9 more games setup for a pingolf side tournament. I will admit having the room to ourselves was night even if it was a bit tight but the vendor hall was a great spot for us too. Broadcasting and commentary are hopefull ideas we are looking into for next year.

    You have to understand, I'm over 40 and fear change. But I'm willing to maintain an optimistic attitude toward this!

    Really, I'll just miss the afterparty. That was so fuckin' rad, even being cornered by drunks who are still mad at me for PAPA C two years ago for some reason.

    #956 3 years ago
    Quoted from dannunz:

    This is in the planning stage for next year. I was thinking a game card with the lay out of the vendor hall. One stamp for every $20 you spend at a vendor. Get 5 to 10 stamps and trade the card in for 20 raffle tickets. Thoughts?

    I only bought from 3 vendors this year, plus some stuff in the flea market. I think that might be setting the bar a little high.

    1 stamp for visiting, an additional stamp for every $25 spent?

    Maybe make the visiting stamp a different design or a different color ink than the spending stamps?

    [edit] Or--have a visitors game card that is given to you upon entry to the show. Fill it and turn it in for x number of raffle tickets. Then, have a rewards game card. Fill that one, and turn it in for x number of tickets, and fill as many of those as you are able to. Each stamp on that card would be for every $x spent at any booth. Maybe a stamp for every $10 spent, and put 10 spots on the card.

    This way, vendors would only need one stamp and wouldn't have to juggle multiple stamps/colors or have to keep track of too much.

    #957 3 years ago
    Quoted from CrazyLevi:

    You have to understand, I'm over 40 and fear change. But I'm willing to maintain an optimistic attitude toward this!
    Really, I'll just miss the afterparty. That was so fuckin' rad, even being cornered by drunks who are still mad at me for PAPA C two years ago for some reason.

    Levi....you seem to have something against drunks.

    #958 3 years ago
    Quoted from CrazyLevi:

    You have to understand, I'm over 40 and fear change. But I'm willing to maintain an optimistic attitude toward this!
    Really, I'll just miss the afterparty. That was so fuckin' rad, even being cornered by drunks who are still mad at me for PAPA C two years ago for some reason.

    Don't worry we won't let you down. I will admit that afterparty in the tournament room was completely unexpected but like you said totally radical! We didnt gain a reputation from letting everyone down

    #959 3 years ago
    Quoted from yzfguy:

    Levi....you seem to have something against drunks.

    Takes one to know one I think applies here....

    #960 3 years ago
    Quoted from dannunz:

    This is in the planning stage for next year. I was thinking a game card with the lay out of the vendor hall. One stamp for every $20 you spend at a vendor. Get 5 to 10 stamps and trade the card in for 20 raffle tickets. Thoughts?

    I think mandating purchases for stamps won't be enough incentive for people to visit booths they normally wouldn't visit. I'd have the scavenger hunt be its own separate, free thing. Maybe you could offer extra raffle tickets for every $XX spent at the vendors. Possibly have the vendors themselves hand out them out?

    -Doug

    #961 3 years ago
    Quoted from yzfguy:

    Levi....you seem to have something against drunks.

    Ha! I was drinking all night but I'd like to think I kept my dignity. I'm sure all drunks think that of course...

    #962 3 years ago
    Quoted from Whridlsoncestood:

    Don't worry we won't let you down. I will admit that afterparty in the tournament room was completely unexpected but like you said totally radical! We didnt gain a reputation from letting everyone down

    Let's see if we can keep that new tradition. THere were coolers in there! My contribution was turning the lights off.

    #963 3 years ago
    Quoted from ForceFlow:

    A lower price would certainly attract a few more people. Basically, with a higher price, you have to have enough to sell to cover the cost of the spot, plus the cost of what you have invested, plus still make a little extra to make it worthwhile to set up in the first place.
    I would have had a few boxes of parts to sell, but most of that would have been eaten up by the cost of the spot, so I didn't bother.
    A lower price would be more inviting smaller sellers, and with more smaller sellers, there would probably be more stuff to buy overall.

    Gabe how about setting up a flea market booth outside, but one that is run by the show. People can tag their stuff ahead of time and put it on the table for sale? Just limit it to a small amount per person, or incur a fee for many pieces. I always have small stuff I could sell but not enough for a full booth. Put a staffer there to handle the cash and payments. Just a thought.

    #964 3 years ago
    Quoted from eabundy:

    Gabe how about setting up a flea market booth outside, but one that is run by the show. People can tag their stuff ahead of time and put it on the table for sale? Just limit it to a small amount per person, or incur a fee for many pieces. I always have small stuff I could sell but not enough for a full booth. Put a staffer there to handle the cash and payments. Just a thought.

    I like that idea. Plenty of folks have a small handful of parts to sell, but don't want to sit there all day hoping for a sale instead of enjoying the rest of the show. There would probably have to be a sign for "all prices as marked" since not everyone may want to have their prices haggled down.

    However--who would be responsible in the case of thefts? Did any of the vendors have issues with that this year?

    #965 3 years ago
    Quoted from ForceFlow:

    I like that idea. Plenty of folks have a small handful of parts to sell, but don't want to sit there all day hoping for a sale instead of enjoying the rest of the show. There would probably have to be a sign for "all prices as marked" since not everyone may want to have their prices haggled down.
    However--who would be responsible in the case of thefts? Did any of the vendors have issues with that this year?

    I practically stole all the stuff I bought from Mark out there the way I beat him up on prices! . He was awesome to buy from!

    #966 3 years ago
    Quoted from halflip87:

    I think mandating purchases for stamps won't be enough incentive for people to visit booths they normally wouldn't visit. I'd have the scavenger hunt be its own separate, free thing. Maybe you could offer extra raffle tickets for every $XX spent at the vendors. Possibly have the vendors themselves hand out them out?
    -Doug

    Good idea we will talk about that

    #967 3 years ago
    Quoted from ForceFlow:

    I like that idea. Plenty of folks have a small handful of parts to sell, but don't want to sit there all day hoping for a sale instead of enjoying the rest of the show. There would probably have to be a sign for "all prices as marked" since not everyone may want to have their prices haggled down.
    However--who would be responsible in the case of thefts? Did any of the vendors have issues with that this year?

    No theft from vendors that I herd about.

    #968 3 years ago

    I think the vendors need to step up a bring more and bring more games to the vendor hall. This would draw more people to them.

    #969 3 years ago
    Quoted from dannunz:

    No theft from vendors that I herd about.

    That's good

    #970 3 years ago
    Quoted from Whridlsoncestood:

    Don't believe you came last year Levi but we were in the vendor hall and it was great. That whole stage area where automated had the new sterns we had the 12 game bank nicely spread out. Big area for players. Line far back to give score keepers plenty of moving room. Then even further back lines of chairs to spectate and relax. Very little problem with people making it through all that and screwing with players. Our tables were set off to the right of the stage area and had ample area to do our business. To the left we even had 9 more games setup for a pingolf side tournament. I will admit having the room to ourselves was night even if it was a bit tight but the vendor hall was a great spot for us too. Broadcasting and commentary are hopefull ideas we are looking into for next year.

    I was into the tournament area last year. The room definitely felt cramped at times on Saturday. Though…I did qualify this year so maybe it was better

    #971 3 years ago
    Quoted from dannunz:

    I think the vendors need to step up a bring more and bring more games to the vendor hall. This would draw more people to them.

    From what I recall, there were 16 games scattered around in booths, plus the bank of a dozen games that automated provided, all the VPcab games, and a bank of games that Rockland brought (but most of those were either off or not on free play, unfortunately).

    I thought that was a pretty good number for the vendor hall.

    #972 3 years ago
    Quoted from ForceFlow:

    From what I recall, there were 16 games scattered around in booths, plus the bank of a dozen games that automated provided, all the VPcab games, and a bank of games that Rockland brought (but most of those were either off or not on free play, unfortunately).
    I thought that was a pretty good number for the vendor hall.

    Need like 50 games in there.

    #973 3 years ago
    Quoted from beardorew:

    I was into the tournament area last year. The room definitely felt cramped at times on Saturday. Though…I did qualify this year so maybe it was better

    "Desperation Saturday" is always gonna seem crowded!

    #974 3 years ago
    Quoted from LTG:

    You still have the lake across the street. Eliminate the pool might not help.
    LTG : )

    did you look up at the ceiling in the pool area? Indoor pools are always problematic especially with nice absorbent amenities.

    #975 3 years ago
    Quoted from rcbrown316:

    did you look up at the ceiling in the pool area?

    No, I missed that.

    LTG : )

    #976 3 years ago
    Quoted from dannunz:

    Come on man it's a freash water lake.

    I beleive the correct spelling is... phresh

    #977 3 years ago

    I spoke to several attendees that felt there were no "show deals" to be had in the Vendor Hall. Some said they'd get better deals on-line even after paying for shipping. Anyone else feel this way as well?

    #978 3 years ago

    I got a few show deals. And people should remember that the vendors have to pay for those booths, so I'm appreciative of the deals I got.

    #979 3 years ago

    Tournament results in

    1 Lyman Sheats 37 1677.03 48.08
    2 Jerry Bernard 47 1753.03 37.44
    3 Bruce Nightingale 378 1731.04 31.75
    4 Levi Nayman 169 1665.34 27.43
    5 Tim Sexton 109 1656.97 23.94
    6 Steven Bowden 6 1881.90 21.02
    7 Nick Zendejas 57 1655.18 18.56
    8 James Swain Jr. 454 1524.38 16.43
    9 Joe Lemire 55 1658.08 14.61
    12 Eric Stone 872 1928.88 10.44
    12 Ed Zeltmann 152 1663.13 10.44
    12 Phil Birnbaum 60 1761.63 10.44
    12 James Calcia 245 1717.94 10.44
    12 Rod Cordoba 2713 1519.83 10.44
    15 Eric Russell CNY 332 1643.47 7.69
    15 Jeffrey Bondorew 3689 1278.57 7.69
    19 Francesco La Rocca 36 1658.53 5.46
    19 Jason Mawson 146 1535.45 5.46
    19 Scott Wilson 892 1427.86 5.46
    19 Nick DeStefano 2308 1564.94 5.46
    19 Mark Carvey 804 1461.73 5.46
    22 Ron Hallett Jr. 301 1545.32 4.51
    23 Matt Guay 236 1678.74 4.28
    23 Lou Nemphos 928 1445.44 4.28
    25 Dan Wilga 6001 1404.48 3.95
    26 Maya Nigrosh 672 1503.18 3.81
    27 Davey Plaisted 374 1562.13 3.72
    28 Anthony Rothdeutsch 26190 Not Rated 3.63
    29 Jason Plourde 931 1559.25 3.56
    30 Ryan Zlomek 2133 1499.98 3.50
    31 Mike Korcynski 1468 1374.93 3.45
    32 Doron Blake 16437 1330.03 3.40
    33 Holly Daniwski 2653 1326.54 3.36
    34 Preston Francisco 1421 1430.69 3.31
    35 Mike Freeman 1551 1490.73 3.27
    35 Tyler Aas 26190 Not Rated 3.27
    37 Paul Caras 890 1552.38 3.18
    38 Rick Rock 20494 1206.81 3.13
    39 Steve Ghio 5236 1301.78 3.08
    40 Derek Karamanian 909 1418.18 3.04
    41 Justin Blair 1806 1425.91 2.99
    42 Dave Madore 1854 1375.95 2.95
    43 Chuck Webster 229 1701.45 2.90
    44 Charlie Bucks 1509 1242.83 2.86
    45 Todd Baumeister 1533 1383.65 2.81
    46 Mike Testa 831 1464.41 2.77
    47 Rob Ferullo 3349 1199.36 2.72
    48 Robert Sovatsky 138 1590.30 2.68
    49 Michael Capone 13166 1129.64 2.63
    50 John Manuelian 1720 1425.97 2.59
    50 George Magyar 2251 1380.68 2.59
    52 Kevin Shea 1240 1489.25 2.49
    53 Tom Benevento 1429 1436.35 2.45
    54 Bo Williams 4550 1286.97 2.40
    55 Rob Endo 26190 Not Rated 2.36
    56 Greg Brailsford 5307 1306.24 2.31
    56 Austin Chenelle 498 1464.22 2.31
    58 Steve Mossberg 1251 1411.28 2.22
    59 Jason Solecki 26190 Not Rated 2.18
    60 Jeff Stoyer 26190 Not Rated 2.13
    61 Steven Amico 26190 Not Rated 2.09
    62 Andrew Stevens 4671 1178.22 2.04
    63 Stephen Keeler 918 1565.96 2.00
    64 Alex Shippee 26190 Not Rated 1.95
    64 Joel Byrnes 2768 1460.67 1.95
    66 Craig Barkal 26190 Not Rated 1.86
    67 Deric Harrington 26190 Not Rated 1.81
    68 Jason Lecuyer 26190 Not Rated 1.77
    69 Kyle Mcfatter 26190 Not Rated 1.72
    70 Dave Tkacs 1395 1474.83 1.68
    71 Jason Scholle 14963 1172.12 1.63
    72 Michael Poirier 26190 Not Rated 1.59
    73 Bruce Kabel 2800 1379.78 1.54
    74 Rob Shiner 8263 1326.44 1.50
    75 Kinyon Brinson 6447 1216.45 1.45
    76 Bob Llamas 26190 Not Rated 1.41
    77 Noah Crable 7598 1395.66 1.36
    78 John Cosson 1231 1400.65 1.32
    78 Tom Nelson 7107 1175.77 1.32
    80 Anthony Radzicki 2319 1388.92 1.22
    81 Emily Rose 26190 Not Rated 1.18
    82 Ryan Conradi 26190 Not Rated 1.13
    83 Brandon Fontaine 20736 1206.53 1.09
    84 James McFatter 16439 1330.03 1.04
    85 Ashton Capone 17627 1116.99 1.00
    86 Dave Clements 15430 1346.80 0.95
    87 Sharon Hebenstreit 3996 1213.79 0.91
    88 Nick Cuito 15554 1257.61 0.86
    89 Maggie Bierlein 5234 1191.10 0.82
    90 Dana Carvey 2114 1270.05 0.77
    91 Ed Jacques 8688 1364.57 0.73
    92 McKayleigh Capone 19088 1340.50 0.68
    92 Mike Alves 14962 1172.12 0.68
    94 Anthony Besachio 26190 Not Rated 0.59
    95 Debra Dubey 22718 967.36 0.54
    96 Keith Merril 5919 1251.35 0.50
    97 Emily Cosson 13560 1161.01 0.45
    98 Brownie Greene 26190 Not Rated 0.41
    99 Anthony Vallone 22112 1207.12 0.36
    100 Drew Mawson 26190 Not Rated 0.32
    102 Max Shiner 18566 1318.26 0.23
    102 Angelina Amico 26190 Not Rated 0.23
    102 Steve Longchamps 4644 1209.13 0.23
    104 Cole Rourke 26190 Not Rated 0.14
    105 Bill Buffington 26190 Not Rated 0.09
    106 Anthony Cowen 26190

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    #980 3 years ago

    So happy to see my buddy Taxman came in in the bottom 40. That's what he gets for making fun of my IFPA ranking.

    #981 3 years ago
    Quoted from beelzeboob:

    So happy to see my buddy Taxman came in in the bottom 40. That's what he gets for making fun of my IFPA ranking.

    Hey easy on us bottom 40 guys....I did only play one card through due to time.....

    #982 3 years ago
    Quoted from CrazyLevi:

    Nah, I agree with you. The solution isn't to screw up a good thing in the tournament room, it's to find ways to encourage non-tournament showgoers - the ones who are gonna buy stuff - to go back there.

    Moving it back to the vendor hall would have increased the traffic. People would have come in to watch Lyman F'ing Sheats play pinball. I realize it isn't an ideal environment for the players, but who wouldn't have wanted to watch him play for a while?

    Jeepers, that could have been an entire seminar... 2 PM in the Grand Ballroom, watch Lyman F'ing Sheats play Metallica. Admit it, you would have gone to Pintastic just to see that!

    #983 3 years ago
    Quoted from Daniml:

    I spoke to several attendees that felt there were no "show deals" to be had in the Vendor Hall. Some said they'd get better deals on-line even after paying for shipping. Anyone else feel this way as well?

    Show deals are always tough. We pay for booth, employee time, food, planes, tons of time to pack up all our stuff and get there, boatload of hours in booth etc.

    We always try to offer a show special, but sometimes for us we sell mirror blades at a competitive price at shows and that is enticing and shipping on those can be pricey.

    When I buy stuff from vendors I enjoy meeting the vendor in person from whom I buy online all the time etc. Always a good time to chat with some of the parts suppliers like MArco or Rob Anthony

    #984 3 years ago
    Quoted from DaveH:

    Lyman F'ing Sheats

    That's a strange middle name to give your kid.

    Hey, Dave! How the hell did I miss you after running by you in the parking lot? I didn't see you at the party...or ever again. Sorry we didn't get to talk more.

    #985 3 years ago
    Quoted from DaveH:

    Moving it back to the vendor hall would have increased the traffic. People would have come in to watch Lyman F'ing Sheats play pinball. I realize it isn't an ideal environment for the players, but who wouldn't have wanted to watch him play for a while?
    Jeepers, that could have been an entire seminar... 2 PM in the Grand Ballroom, watch Lyman F'ing Sheats play Metallica. Admit it, you would have gone to Pintastic just to see that!

    Its going to happen in 2017!

    #986 3 years ago
    Quoted from ForceFlow:

    Did any of the vendors have issues with that this year?

    None whatsoever. When I left my booth for food or restroom breaks I left my booth vacant. I didn't have any problems with product disappearing... and my products are pretty small so they would slip into a pocket easily. I even left my iPad in the booth sometimes when I walked away. Granted the vendor hall was very lightly attended throughout so there really didn't seem to be much risk.

    Quoted from dannunz:

    I think the vendors need to step up a bring more and bring more games to the vendor hall. This would draw more people to them.

    Generally not true. I've consistently brought games to my booths at shows and they really don't impact my sales. The year I brought SWE1 to Allentown didn't see stronger sales than this year without it. The ACDC pin in the booth next to mine spent a good percentage of time with nobody playing it. Maybe it's different if you vend machines, but that's not me.

    I really appreciate the vendor hall closing - it gave me plenty of opportunity to hang out in free play... escaping the 10x10 box to participate as an attendee made the trip much more worthwhile for me.

    -Rob
    -visit http://www.kahr.us to get my daughterboard that helps fix WPC pinball resets or for my Pin2K H+V video sync combiner kit

    #987 3 years ago
    Quoted from beelzeboob:

    Hey, Dave! How the hell did I miss you after running by you in the parking lot? I didn't see you at the party...or ever again. Sorry we didn't get to talk more.

    Because I was in the vendor hall?

    #988 3 years ago

    hartford.craigslist.org link

    Looks like my showtime that sold at the show is already looking for its next home. Lol

    #989 3 years ago
    Quoted from the96stang:

    hartford.craigslist.org link
    Looks like my showtime that sold at the show is already looking for its next home. Lol

    Your checkpoint project may or may not....Still deciding what to do with it but at the price you gave me its win win no matter what I do.

    #990 3 years ago

    I look tired but not as bad as last year lol. Lots of great interviews and videos on YouTube search "Pintastic 2016"

    I would like to thank my amazing volunteer staff you know who you are, for making Pintastic 2016 such an awesome event. With out the help of my staff this show would not have run so smooth. I am so happy I put people in charge of key parts of the show, I actually was able to enjoy myself this year! I love pinball and always wanted to share my love with others. Seeing all the kids at the show really made me smile. I knew it was worth all the hard work I put into creating Pintastic. The hotel is booked and planning for 2017 is well under way. You will be seeing some changes and some things will stay the same. I am no were near done with what this show will become remember this is only year 2. Lots of cool things coming up and of course more pinball! Thank you everyone for coming to Pintastic 2016. Gabe

    #991 3 years ago
    Quoted from dannunz:

    » YouTube video
    I look tired but not as bad as last year lol. Lots of great interviews and videos on YouTube search "Pintastic 2016"

    Sounds like you were being interviewed by a muppet.

    #992 3 years ago
    Quoted from dannunz:

    » YouTube video
    I look tired but not as bad as last year lol. Lots of great interviews and videos on YouTube search "Pintastic 2016"
    I would like to thank my amazing volunteer staff you know who you are, for making Pintastic 2016 such an awesome event. With out the help of my staff this show would not have run so smooth. I am so happy I put people in charge of key parts of the show, I actually was able to enjoy myself this year! I love pinball and always wanted to share my love with others. Seeing all the kids at the show really made me smile. I knew it was worth all the hard work I put into creating Pintastic. The hotel is booked and planning for 2017 is well under way. You will be seeing some changes and some things will stay the same. I am no were near done with what this show will become remember this is only year 2. Lots of cool things coming up and of course more pinball! Thank you everyone for coming to Pintastic 2016. Gabe

    Think we need to do a staff party somewhere....even if it is just a meet up and eat Pizza kinda thing.

    #993 3 years ago
    Quoted from mainelycoasters:

    Think we need to do a staff party somewhere....even if it is just a meet up and eat Pizza kinda thing.

    I agree let's set it up!

    #994 3 years ago

    What ever happened to the blanket party for Beelzeboob?

    #995 3 years ago
    Quoted from Taxman:

    What ever happened to the blanket party for Beelzeboob?

    You left early! I never even got to meet ya

    #996 3 years ago
    Quoted from yzfguy:

    You left early! I never even got to meet ya

    I don't know why. He gave you a full ten Mississippi before leaving.

    #997 3 years ago
    Quoted from yzfguy:

    You left early! I never even got to meet ya

    I was afraid. He is kind of a mutant you know.

    #998 3 years ago

    Is there a thread with pictures from the show?

    #999 3 years ago
    Quoted from ibuypinballs:

    Is there a thread with pictures from the show?

    This one has several photos a couple pages back.

    #1000 3 years ago
    Quoted from eabundy:

    Gabe how about setting up a flea market booth outside, but one that is run by the show. People can tag their stuff ahead of time and put it on the table for sale? Just limit it to a small amount per person, or incur a fee for many pieces. I always have small stuff I could sell but not enough for a full booth. Put a staffer there to handle the cash and payments.

    Or maybe inside. I could offer my pinball-related vinyl records this way, but only if the booth is inside. For people interested in this consignment-sale deal: would you be willing to pay an up-front display fee? Commission if it sells? Both?
    .................David Marston

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    Cabinet - Other
    ModFather Pinball Mods
    $ 9.99
    $ 2.50
    Various Novelties
    Pinball Wheezer
    $ 3.00
    Playfield - Decals
    Doc's Pinball Shop
    $ 7,599.00
    Pinball Machine
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    $ 5.00
    Playfield - Decals
    Doc's Pinball Shop
    From: $ 99.99
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    Lighted Pinball Mods
    $ 35.00
    Cabinet - Decals
    Pinball Haus
    $ 14.95
    Playfield - Toys/Add-ons
    ULEKstore
    $ 15.00
    Cabinet - Decals
    ModFather Pinball Mods
    $ 999.00
    Pinball Machine
    Mircoplayfields
    $ 15.00
    Playfield - Decals
    Metal-Mods
    $ 175.00
    Lighting - Interactive
    Professor Pinball
    $ 76.00
    Cabinet - Sound/Speakers
    ModFather Pinball Mods
    From: $ 175.00
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    Pinball Photos
    $ 90.00
    Lighting - Under Cabinet
    Rock Custom Pinball
    $ 58.00
    Playfield - Toys/Add-ons
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