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Creative Works and other industry leaders launch Amusement Recovery website

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Creative Works, the theming company and attractions provider, has joined a collection of other leaders in the industry to launch Amusement Recovery, helping operators during the coronavirus pandemic.

Creative Works is pleased to announce the launch of a new website, Amusement Recovery, designed to assist operators in the entertainment industry during the coronavirus crisis as well as helping them to plan for success once the pandemic is over.

The industry, like many others, has been widely affected by the coronavirus outbreak, with FECs, amusement arcades, cinema complexes and more closing their doors indefinitely. This new venture has collected a range of useful information and resources for operators in one useful place.

Amusement Recovery

The Amusement Recovery website features quick links, useful articles and more, all designed to help operators manage through the crisis and plan for recovery.

“We want to help the amazing operators in this industry,” says Armando Lanuti, President of Creative Works. “The contributors who created the website are working together to continually add new, timely content to the website. We want to share new information with business owners as quickly as possible, which is crucial because of how fast the pandemic situation is evolving.”

This useful new resource can be found here. It has been put together by a collection of leaders from across the industry, including AAMA, Amusement Products, Betson, CenterEdge Software, Concepts Performance Management, Creative Works, Delta Strike, Embed, FEG Group, Hologate, Laser Blast, Laserforce, Mini Melts, Party Center Software, Pinnacle Entertainment Group, Player One Amusement Group, Qubica AMF, Redemption Plus, Shaffer Distributing Company, Sureshot Redemption, and TrainerTainment.

Earlier this year, Creative Works held its first Amusement 360 Event of 2020 in Indianapolis. This is an educational conference that provides information for FEC operators. Topics at this event included site and attraction selection, hiring and training your team, marketing, sales, operations and more.

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