In the town of Cheswick, Pennsylvania, small businesses faced a challenging period three and a half years ago. Bars and taverns were struggling to retain patrons, with the competition from larger establishments making it difficult for mom-and-pop shops to stay afloat. However, a positive change was on the horizon in the form of Pennsylvania Skill games. Luke Gacci, a local advocate for these skill games, shares insights into the transformative impact they've had on the community in an exclusive interview.
In the heart of Tipton, Pennsylvania, Rossi's Corner Store stands as a testament to the resilience of small businesses. Celebrating almost four decades of service, Catherine Rossi, the President of Rossi's Corner Store, shared her insights and experiences in an interview with Carrington Hill. The conversation shed light on the positive impact of skill games, particularly those powered by Pace-O-Matic, and how they have played a crucial role in sustaining and enhancing the business.
In a sit-down interview, we had the opportunity to speak with Eric Hoover, the President of the Fraternal Order of Eagles 970 in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. The conversation shed light on the significant positive impact of Pennsylvania Skill games powered by Pace-O-Matic on small businesses and community organizations like the Fraternal Order of Eagles.
In a conversation with Alex Lee, owner of Taco Ssam, the significance of skill games in small business sustainability came to light. Beyond being a mere source of entertainment, these games became the unsung heroes during tumultuous periods like the COVID-19 pandemic.
The powerful speech by Commander Stephen Holmes of Post 733 in Harrisburg shed light on a crucial aspect: the vital role that Pennsylvania Skill games play in the Legion's ability to support veterans and the community. His words resonated with the audience, emphasizing how skill games have been a driving force behind their ability to provide critical assistance and support.