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Jerry Williams, co-owner of the Franklin ...
Jerry Williams, co-owner of the Franklin Skate Club, and Becky Olbrych, owner of Wheels Fun Park, believe this strategy is effective at least partially because once guests have tried a special item and are aware of its relative rarity, they come to regard it as a special treat they must have no matter what other items they may order and whenever they visit.
"Even the littlest children love to ...
"Even the littlest children love to use these machines now," said Becky Olbrych, co-owner of Wheels Family Fun Park in Durham, N.C.
When evaluating potential amusement machine purchases, Olbrych
always scrutinizes the units in question for, and asks her
distributor to demonstrate or explain, how easy it is to fix small glitches, such as a "stuck" crane, as well as how to make minor repairs.
"If it seems complicated, or the construction looks flimsy, I will pass it up," Olbrych
"It's not worth the investment otherwise."
Becky Olbrych, owner of Wheels Family...
"Our fryers are essential because of ...
"Our fryers are essential because of very popular items like hot wings," said Becky Olbrych, owner of Wheels Fun Park in Durham, N.C.
She explained, "We have a grill and a six-burner gas stove with an oven and pizza equipment and hot dog grills, but the fryers have made a big difference.
Or, as Olbrych
noted, one way to support more productive and versatile equipment would be to leverage sales by attracting outside customers.
said, "We open at 10 in the morning seven days a week and we realized we were missing the lunch crowd.
We looked around and decided to do something about it.
By adding equipment we now put out a full lunch."
continued, "So, because of our location, we can draw new customers from local workers and not just rely on people visiting our attraction.
, "Talk to the experts-people you trust.
Becky Olbrych, owner of ...
Becky Olbrych, owner of Wheels, said the fundraiser is one of many her business hosts throughout the year.
She said she's particularly happy to send the proceeds from the event to the Durham Rescue Mission because of all the good work the Christian shelter has done in Durham for more than 35 years.