2019 Summer State Meetings Update


 From left, AMOA Past President John Pascaretti, AMOA member Randy Flowe, AMOA President Emily Dunn, AMOA Past President Frank Seninsky, AMOA VP Luke Adams and AMOA Director Joe Bundra.

The Michigan Coin Machine Operators Association (MCMOA) met on August 14 at the Bavarian Inn Lodge in Frankenmuth, Mich., for its Annual Meeting and Education Seminar.

Attendees of the full day meeting heard presentations from keynote speaker AMOA Past President Frank “the Crank” Seninsky, AMOA President Emily Dunn and MCMOA lobbyist Lou Dodak. In addition to the annual membership meeting, there were also exhibits, a tech workshop, silent auction and golf outing at Timbers Golf Club.

From left, AMOA Past President John Pascaretti, AMOA member Randy Flowe, AMOA President Emily Dunn, AMOA Past President Frank Seninsky, AMOA VP Luke Adams and AMOA Director Joe Bundra.

For more information on the MI State association, please visit www.mcmoa.com.


The 46th annual trade show and membership meeting for the Amusement & Music Operators of Texas (AMOT) took place September 5-7, 2019 at the Doubletree by Hilton San Antonio.

AMOA President Emily Dunn was in attendance and provided a report from a national perspective.

Pictured here from left are AMOA Directors Kirby Cline and Jordan Barberio with AMOA President Emily Dunn and AMOT President Danny Glaze.

For more information on the TX State association, please visit www.amot.org.


The Georgia Amusement and Music Association (GAMOA) gathered on September 12-13 for its Second Annual Southern Amusement & Entertainment Expo.

The two-day meeting saw a well-attended Expo filled with new products, an awards banquet, and lively auction. AMOA President Emily Dunn was on hand in her home state to provide attendees with a report detailing issues facing the industry not only on the national level but also in Georgia.

Pictured here from left, AMOA Director Chuck Brooks, AMOA Secretary Sam Westgate, AMOA President Emily Dunn, and AMOA Past President Gaines Butler.

For more information on the GA State association, please visit www.gamoa.org.

The 2019 State Meeting Circuit is not quite finished yet. Here’s what’s on the calendar for the next few weeks:

  • NCCOA Fall Meeting – October 11
  • WV LVL Annual Meeting– October 29-30

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