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Project Pinball’s “Firsts”

The holiday season is soon beginning and Project Pinball Charity is hitting the road again. This time to share joy in more children’s hospitals plus adding Ronald McDonald Houses to our “to do list”.

We are achieving planned goals and breaking through new boundaries and we have a lot of “firsts” for our charity this time out.

A Project Pinball first- we will be placing 5 machines in 5 different states after traveling over 4000 miles in less than 2 weeks time.

A Project Pinball first- We will be placing a pinball machine to be used for children with special needs. A doctor has asked to team-up with Project Pinball to start some research and collect data that can be used to develop programs to help these children through the benefits of pinball play. This has been the jump start needed to begin our 2nd phase of our elaborate mission plan.

A Project Pinball first- We have teamed up with Brad Baker, owner of VPcabs. He was thrilled to jump on board after he heard about our charity’s mission to help others through pinball. We will be placing our first video pinball machine that has been carefully handcrafted to add custom features to our machine that will give patients a greater variety of game play options.

A Project Pinball first- We will be introducing our charity’s service to, not one but to two, Ronald McDonald Houses, which are located in Columbus and Milwaukee. This opens a new brand new area of reach to add to our charity’s influence across the United States.

A Project Pinball first- We are adding new states to our pinball machines placed. We are excited to be entering New York, Connecticut, and Wisconsin.

A Project Pinball first- We have a new sponsor that has reached out to assist our charity with a new Star Trek pinball machine. Michael Daddona Jr., owner of Automated Services understands the impact that this new machine will have on the children and their lives.

Plus we have Joe Newhart of PinballSTAR Amusements helped us with the WOZ that will be introduced to the Stony Brook Children’s Hospital. Thank you Joe for being so caring and supportive by giving these gifts!

All delivered and setup just in time for the holidays.

We hope you join us on this exhilarating journey by staying updated with us on Pinside, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter


Best Wishes,
Daniel Spolar