Amusement Expo International Show Sponsors

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The American Amusement Machine Association (AAMA)

AAMA is an international non-profit trade organization representing the manufacturers, distributors and part suppliers of the coin-operated amusement industry. AAMA was founded in 1981 by a small group of amusement coin-operated machine manufacturers concerned with the future of their industry. A Board of Directors, selected by its members, governs the AAMA. Committees work with the Association staff to develop programs to promote and protect the industry. For over 33 years, the AAMA has served its membership through legislative efforts, promotional arenas, foreign business development and much, much more.

The Amusement & Music Operators Association (AMOA)

AMOA, originally known simply as AMOA - The Amusement Music Operators of America - was born January 21, 1948, when 68 jukebox owners from around the country banded together to fight the repeal of the jukebox royalty exemption. The modest beginning, created by a common cause, revealed a fierce passion-shared by many-about their business. Harnessing the collective strength, energy, knowledge and entrepreneurial spirit of a growing number of volunteer members, AMOA quickly established itself as a major force within the trade. More than 66 years later, these same traits are tapped daily to offer an ever-expanding array of programs and services to members and the entire industry.


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The Laser Tag Convention

The Laser Tag Convention is the only convention with the laser tag operator in mind. The Laser Tag Convention offers seminars for both the current laser tag operator and developing entrepreneurs in two separate tracks. This way all attendees can get a full education series that is geared specifically to meet their operational and developmental needs.


National Bulk Vendors Association (NBVA)

The National Bulk Vendors Association is a national not-for-profit trade association comprised of the manufacturers, distributors and operators of bulk vending machines and products. The NBVA has represented the bulk vending industry since 1950. Our members extend beyond the borders of the United States and represent a great majority of the volume of the bulk vending business done in the United States. While our membership is about 300 companies, there are thousands of small operators on a full or part-time basis.