Converting a motorcycle shop into an arcade

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When it comes to opening up your own dream arcade, there are always a number of ways to go about it although if you wish to convert an existing business that you own into that arcade, there are a few obstacles you’ll need to overcome, especially where the city you live in may be concerned. As I have mentioned before, every city is going to be different since they all have different laws and codes that need to be followed (and some cities are stricter than others). In the case of Carlos Martinez of Benton, MI, he wants to convert his motorcycle shop into an arcade and is facing just this problem where the city will require some changes to be made to the location to work as an arcade. I can see where increasing the parking lot size can be a problem (that is actually a requirement in the city where my arcade is currently located, there have to be so many parking spaces for the size of the space) but I don’t know how troublesome the other improvements will be for the owner to undertake. Either way, I hope that he can fulfill his dream soon, if the picture supplied with the story (seen above) is from his place then he has some very interesting classics on hand, including four Computer Space machines (!). For more check out the link below.

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[Possible Benton Arcade up in the air – WSJM] [Discuss on the forum]

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2 Comments on “Converting a motorcycle shop into an arcade”

  1. sh1pwr3k Says:

    Hmm thats about a 2 hour drive from where I stay. Its way out in BFE, regardless I would be willing to drive out to his location to check it out.

  2. BD Says:

    Same here; about two hours. I’d also drive out to check it out if he gets everything in order.


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