Press Release

3 days, 3 guitars, 3 happy winners - Rock-Ola at annual AMOA show

 

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Las Vegas, NV, September 28, 2006 --

Las Vegas, NV, September 26 - 28, 2006 – At this year's Amusement and Music Operator's Association Expo, Rock-Ola Mfg. and sound partner Peavey electronics once again teamed up to present “a-raffle-a-day” of collectible Peavey guitars. Each instrument is inscribed by a music legend – a fitting compliment to the legendary quality of Rock-Ola's jukeboxes.

 

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Day 1 – At 4:00 p.m., Rock-Ola CEO Glenn Streeter drew the first winner – Michael Weems, president of Mountain Sun Stage and Audio of Bellvue, Idaho . Michael's prize was a classic Peavey electric guitar, inscribed to Glenn and signed by the innovative music mogul himself, Hartley Peavey. The inscription reads, “Glenn, keep up the good work and keep Rock-Ola rocking.”

 

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Day 2 – On the second day of the show, the Rock-Ola raffle featured a Peavey acoustic guitar signed by country super-star Kenny Chesney and his entire band. The business card of Fred Wiegel, president of Wisconsin Amusement, Inc. of Brookfield , WI was drawn and Fred was delighted to accept the prize.

 

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Day 3 – Scott Hickman of Coin-op solutions will never have to play air guitar again. His card was drawn on the final day of the show. The prize - a jet-black Peavey “Jack Daniels” model electric guitar autographed by Motorhead guitarist Lemmy Kilmister.

 

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Peavey Electronics continues to support Rock-Ola Mfg. by parnering in the production of superior jukeboxes for the commercial market. Over the years this cooperation has strengthened the Rock-Ola product line and raised the industry standard to new heights.

Rock-Ola is very proud of its relationship with Peavey. May it continue well into the future with more innovative jukebox design, continued quality manufacture, and that peerless Peavey sound!

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