Powerhouse Gaming is proud to announce the addition of the Galax Elks Lodge 2212.
Dennis and the gang were all smiles when the Powerhouse crew arrived to install the Power Tab™ Multi Game system.
“The addition of the pull tab machines will really help us out financially.” Said Dennis the Exalted Ruler.
Powerhouse feels that it is a privilege to be able to partner with the Elks and other fraternal organizations.
“If the Charity isn’t making money, were not making money so we are motivated by their success”, explains company Vice President Mark Newton.
The Galax Elks partnered with Powerhouse Gaming on Monday September 8th.
This past week Powerhouse Gaming welcomed a new member to our “family” of locations, with Colonial Beach Moose Lodge 1267 installing the Power Tab™ system. The lodge joins the growing list of locations that has switched to Powerhouse and is enjoying increased revenues and player satisfaction. In addition, given of the variety of paytables and play styles on Power Tab™ along with the larger number of jackpot prizes the players are happier playing Power Tab™. Joe Eller | Administrator
We are pleased to provide our products to the Moose Lodges, and are privileged that they allow us to partner with them. It is our goal to provide the best product at the best price that allows the lodges to maximize their revenues.
Mark NewtonVice President
Powerhouse Gaming received an exclusive invitation to attend the 96th Annual Convention of The American Legion Department of Virginia and present our products the Legion Posts in attendance. At the Conference Powerhouse set up a system and let players play with each player starting with a bank of 100.00. The player with the largest balance at the end of the weekend received a new TV. The games were received well and the eventual winner parlayed their 100.00 account to $1699.31. Pictured here is the lucky winner Buddy Hartsell (Front Royal American Legion Post 53) being presented his TV by Vice President Mark Newton. The consolation drawing saw Theresa Marsh (Petersburg American Legion Post 2) also win a 40 inch TV. The Convention was such a success that Powerhouse was also invited to present at the American Legion College in Richmond.