Amusement Expo International winds down in Dallas

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A broad range of amusement industry representatives turned out for the 2017 Amusement Expo International, which is close to wrapping up in Dallas.

The annual expo is must-attend event for every amusement operator, serving as a showcase for the latest trends and industry innovations.

It is co-hosted by AMOA and AAMA in conjunction with the National Bulk Vendors Association (NBVA) and members of the laser tag community.

This year, 446 booths were filled by manufacturers, suppliers and more.

Before the show opened on March 15, a large number of attendees took part in a full day of educational seminars that covered a broad range of topics. This was followed by the All Industry Gala Reception.

A ribbon cutting and awards ceremony kicked off the 2017 expo.

The AAMA announced their annual awards for the year's Best Manufacturer (Apple Industries), Best Distributor (AVS Companies) and Best Supplier (SuzoHapp).

SuzoHapp showed its DualPro cabinet, which company said is the ideal solution for game developers, at the expo.

The DualPro is customizable and contains all the hardware components required for a successful game experience.

SuzoHapp also showed a wide range of components, including speakers and Vision PRO monitors which offer solutions within a wide field of requirements, trackballs, joysticks and cash management systems including the SCAN COIN SC1600 note counter and the SC303 coin counter.

“We have decades of experience in serving the international amusement market,” Ron Partridge, President of SUZOHAPP Americas, said.

“Operators and manufacturers know that we are a one-stop shop and can meet all their needs.”

AAMA’s coveted Lifetime Achievement Award was this year given to David Cohen of Firestone Financial.

The show will wind up on Thursday.

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