BARBERCUT LITE WINS THE "OPERATOR'S CHOICE" AWARD
(l to r) Carol Lally of Play Meter Magazine with NAMCO America's Frank Cosentino and John McKenzie.
ELK GROVE VILLAGE, IL - BarBerCut Lite, one of the top merchandisers for the past two years, has won the 2012 "OPERATORS CHOICE" Award for Best Redemption Game. The award, sponsored by PlayMeter Magazine, is voted upon by operators from all over the country. The award was presented to John McKenzie and Frank Cosentino of NAMCO America at the recent Amusement Expo in Las Vegas.
BarBerCut Lite is the first in a new breed of prize merchandisers and has lead the charge in the evolution of the crane. Its innovative approach to the display of prizes and method of prize delivery has helped make it a must-have for every location. "The fact that this award is voted upon by our customers, the operators, makes this award all the more special," stated Frank Cosentino. "BarBerCut Lite has opened many doors for us with the important feedback and support from operators which then help us to design features for upcoming NAMCO games. This is a great honor for both BarBerCut Lite and NAMCO and we wish to thank all of the operators who voted for us."
For more information about BarBerCut Lite, please visit www.namcoamerica.com or call (847) 264-5610.
About NAMCO America, Inc.
NAMCO America, Inc. (NAI) is a wholly owned subsidiary of NAMCO BANDAI Holdings Inc. NAI uses cutting-edge technology and advanced electronics to take their coin-operated video games far beyond traditional entertainment. NAI is the premier manufacturer of coin-operated arcade games & attractions ranging from the hottest video game titles like Dead Heat, Deadstorm Pirates, and Pac-Man Battle Royale to popular redemption games like BarBerCut Lite, Jumpin' Jackpot and Dunk Tank Prize. Re-live the glory days of the arcade with Pac-Man's Arcade Party: a collection of the greatest classic games from NAMCO. For the greatest arcade gaming fun, NAMCO America is your answer!
NAMCO BANDAI Holdings Inc., which also has business related interests in films, toys, health equipment, consumer video software, and restaurants, is publicly traded on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, and owns a number of other subsidiary entertainment companies around the globe.