Andamiro USA Launches PCB Trade-In Program for Operators

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Andamiro USA Corp. announced today the launch of an innovative trade-in program designed for arcade and street operators looking to refresh their crane machine offerings. The program, effective immediately, invites operators to trade in the motherboards (PCBs) from any of their crane machine, regardless of make, model or year, for a substantial credit toward the purchase of Andamiro’s new Crazy Toy crane machine.

Under terms of the program, operators can receive a $300 credit for trading in one to four PCBs, and a $500 credit for five or more PCBs. This initiative aims to modernize crane installations across the nation, and to support recycling and responsible disposal of electronic components.

“This trade-in program represents a unique opportunity for operators to enhance their locations with our new Crazy Toy crane machines at a significantly reduced cost,” said Jim “Jimmy Chaps” Chapman of Andamiro USA. “We’re committed to providing value to our partners while promoting the advancement of the arcade industry.”

The trade-in offer is available through authorized Andamiro distributors from April 1 to May 31, 2024. To participate, distributors and operators must complete a simple intake form and submit it along with the trade-in PCBs to Andamiro USA. Credits will be issued upon receipt and verification of the PCBs.

Distributors and operators are encouraged to contact their Andamiro sales representative for more details about the program and to access the necessary form. Email or to learn more.

About Andamiro USA:

Andamiro USA Corp. based in Irving, TX, is the U.S. marketing, sales and service division of South Korea’s Andamiro Co. Ltd., a leading designer and manufacturer of high-quality amusement machines. Known for innovative designs and exciting gameplay, Andamiro is dedicated to delivering entertainment experiences that players love and arcade operators value.