The world’s leading manufacturer of electronic shooting galleries, Pan Amusements, had an extremely successful show across its whole range of products at EAG London. The company again benefitted from strong representation on two stands – its own with a Wild West themed gallery and on the stand of distribution partner SEGA with its new Repair Shop gallery and Sideshow, a compact 3-gun mini gallery.
“There is no doubt that Sideshow is a gallery for the times, ” says Pan Managing Director Paul Whittaker, “as some operators have their eye on a smaller investment with a rapid pay-back. Yet we are also seeing a strong revival in our standard and bespoke galleries.” At the show Pan sold two Repair Shops, one to Italy, two Pirate themed galleries to Brazil, a Hillbilly to Norway and three further galleries to operators in the UK.
Repair Shop is the latest of Pan’s themed galleries and the flagship for its commitment to constantly improving both the animation and electronic control of its galleries. A commitment which has helped them to retain market leadership since it invented this type of attraction forty years ago.
Paul Whittaker adds, “It’s great that not only do operators want our galleries but also want them quickly. So we now have a very busy period over the next few months to fulfil these orders. However as an independently run company with a very flexible and committed workforce, we will be able to meet these commitments.”