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Stern Pinball Relocates to Expanded Facilities In Elk Grove Village, Illinois

Stern Pinball, Inc., the world's oldest and largest producer of arcade-quality pinball machines, will move to larger 110,000 square foot facilities at 2001 Lunt Avenue in Elk Grove Village, Illinois. The move will enable the company to consolidate operations to improve efficiencies and better support global growth initiatives.

"We're looking forward to calling Elk Grove Village our new home," said Gary Stern, Chairman/CEO of Stern Pinball. "The proximity to Chicago O'Hare International Airport one of the largest and busiest airports in the world, will make it even easier for pinball fans around the globe to visit our facility as well as metropolitan Chicago, the ancestral home of modern pinball."

According to the firm, the expansion is in response to the continued worldwide growth of the pinball industry, the resurgence of which has been fueled by a rapidly growing international collector community, expanding competitive player leagues, and renewed commercial demand driven by a new generation of players discovering the allure of the silver ball. The new facility approximately doubles the company's design, engineering, and production capacity.


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