Lawrenceburg, Ind.) – A long-term gaming enthusiast has turned upward, down, left and ideal for the ideal spot to share his arcade assortment.
On Monday, Josh Lowe introduced his plan to bring an arcade to Lawrenceburg.
Lowe has been gathering games since he was five years of age, and is a positioned pinball player. He presently possesses 16 arcade games and six pinballs, and desires to have 20 to 23 arcade games and 10 pinballs before opening what might be called Atomic Arcade.
“This will be a spot individuals can bring their children,” said Lowe.
Lowe needs to fabricate a 1,500-square-foot space at 139 W. Tate Street, which would be inside strolling distance of Todd Creech Park and Durbin Bowl.
Customers would pay $10 and get an arm band, which would take into consideration “free play” for the length of their visit. There will likewise be some new games that will be accessible to play for 50 pennies for every play.
Lowe is one bit nearer to making the arcade a reality after he was given a $25,000 favored business award from the Redevelopment Commission on Monday. He will likewise be applying for an independent company activity award and signage award.
Business guide Ginnie Faller says Atomic Arcade would be an extraordinary expansion to the City of Lawrenceburg as an amusement choice for neighborhood families and for tourists.
Faller added that the arcade would draw in local people inside a five miles span, tournament groupies who travel territorially, and amusement enthusiasts who are looking for a novel, new thing for their families to do.
Lowe has 15 years of involvement with the eatery business, and plans construct a menu with simple to eat food with an accentuation on quesadillas. Atomic Arcade will likewise serve soft drinks, canned brew, and frozen slushy beverages.
Grown-up hours could be carried out around 8:00 or 9:00 p.m.
Whenever financing is endorsed, Lowe says the arcade could be open inside a half year.