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Volume IV

No. 12 - December 2004

  1. Editor's Corner
  2. Know Your Prime Cost on F&B
  3. Big Happenings at Silverlake Family Recreation Center
  4. 3 Days Remain to Save $100 on February's Foundations Entertainment University
  5. Growth Reported in High-Income Households
  6. Birthday University Ezine
  7. Three Rivers Under Design
  8. Golf Is Losing Popularity
  9. Number of Stay-at-Home Parents Is Increasing
  10. Choking Poster Available
  11. Perplexed by Generation Y Employees?
  12. How to Comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act: A Guide for Food Service Employers
  13. New Projects

No. 11 - November 2004

  1. Editor's Corner
  2. Old MacDonald Had a Booming Agritainment Business (e-i-e-i-o)
  3. Family Pizza Buffet/Entertainment Center Under Design
  4. Cultural Shift in the Perception and Use of Leisure Time
  5. Foundations Entertainment University
  6. Birthday Party Newsletter
  7. Cherry-Crest Farm
  8. Food Network's Unwrapped Show Broadcast Date Set
  9. Entertainment Spending Increases
  10. Recently Published Articles
  11. Soft Foam Play Areas Pose Safety Hazard
  12. Chuck E. Cheese's Starts Fundraising Program

No. 10 - October 2004

  1. Editor's Corner
  2. Food Network Interviews Randy White
  3. Shakey's Celebrates 50 Years of Eatertainment
  4. Paradise Park Wins Best FEC Award
  5. Four Keys to Good Service
  6. World's 1st Parks Department Children's Edutainment Center
  7. Dino-tainment: Dining with Dinosaurs
  8. Meet Me at IAAPA Orlando
  9. What's More Important: the Entertainment, Food, Service or Ambiance?
  10. Resorts Target Preschoolers
  11. MaryGolds Family Event Center
  12. White Hutchinson Goes RSS
  13. No Longer "a Material Girl in a Material World"
  14. New Church & Religious Institute Web Section
  15. Consumers' Choice Restaurant Awards
  16. Foundations Entertainment University Registration Available

No. 9 - September 2004

  1. Editor's Corner
  2. Number of Homeschoolers Increases
  3. The Neglected Age Children
  4. Study Identifies Dining Styles
  5. Oasis for Children
  6. Hand Drying: Paper Towels or Air Hand Dryers?
  7. Edutainment: The Next Big Thing
  8. Importance of Nature to Young Children
  9. More on Wannado City
  10. New Projects

No. 8 - August 2004

  1. Editor's Corner
  2. Mothers and Leisure Time
  3. We've Been in the News
  4. Beware of Suppliers Promising Plenty
  5. What's Happening with Children's Edutainment?
  6. Pal's Sudden Service Drive-Through
  7. Putt-Putt Celebrates its 50th Anniversary
  8. Construction Material Price Increases Impact New LBEs
  9. Families Grab Large Restaurant Market Share
  10. Kids' Menus Under Major Revision
  11. Playdate Lawyers
  12. Get $30 in Books for FREE!
  13. Cheese Price Increases Impact Profitability
  14. Busy Dog Days of Summer
  15. 2005 Educational Seminar Dates Announced

No. 7 - July 2004

  1. Editor's Corner
  2. Americans Moving to Enriching & Social Experiences
  3. Last Chance to Attend Foundations Entertainment University
  4. Chuck E. Cheese Gets Pie'd
  5. Theme Park Economics
  6. Looking for a Seminar on Edutainment?
  7. Reality Restaurant Video Game
  8. Who Administers ADA?
  9. 100th Anniversary of the Hamburger
  10. EM-Newsletter
  11. Two Strikes and You're Out!
  12. New Lighthouse Menu at Red Lobster
  13. Targeting Socio-Economic/Lifestyle Groups
  14. So Much Information!
  15. Whac-A-Moles on the Loose
  16. New Projects

No. 6 - June 2004

  1. Editor's Corner
  2. Family Expenditures on Children
  3. More on Kids' Dining
  4. Foundations Just Around the Corner
  5. How's LOBEX Doing?
  6. Totter the Mascot
  7. Architects & Location-Based Entertainment Design
  8. Restaurant Start-Up & Growth Magazine
  9. American Girl Café
  10. Newly Published Work
  11. The Lavatory Factor
  12. Views of Paradise Park
  13. Are Your Guests All Moving Away?
  14. T-Rex Is Coming!
  15. New Projects

No. 5 - May 2004

  1. Editor's Corner
  2. Baby Boom on the Horizon & Changing Values
  3. Apology to the Horses
  4. Want to Be a Success in the LBE Business?
  5. Getting Wiser to Teens
  6. I Did My Homework, I Know My Market Area
  7. Summer Foundations Announced
  8. Mom-preneuer Speaks
  9. Cloning Dinosaurs
  10. Kid-Friendly Dining
  11. Carbohydrates Take a Toll
  12. New Projects

No. 4 - April 2004

  1. Editor's Corner
  2. PBS KIDS Backyard Opens
  3. Cook-It-Yourself Dining: A Nascent Trend
  4. The LOHAS Market
  5. Foundations Entertainment University - It's Not Too Late!
  6. Being No. 1 vs. the Disaster of Being No. 2
  7. Pizza Facts
  8. Cool Website: Microsoft's bCentral
  9. Kids Like Going Out with Their Families
  10. Randy's Travelogue
  11. Hiving Emerges as New Trend of American Living
  12. Child Development Expert Barred by Hasbro

No. 3 - March 2004

  1. Editor's Corner
  2. It's the Personality that Counts
  3. Foundations Entertainment University Gets Glowing Endorsement
  4. Ruby Tuesday Leads the Industry & the Panache Factor
  5. Why Commercial Birthday Parties Are So Popular
  6. Wannado City to Open this Summer
  7. Trade Magazines Feature White Hutchinson
  8. Is this an Example of Egomania?
  9. New Projects

No. 2 - February 2004

  1. Editor's Corner
  2. Adults Are from Earth; Children Are from the Moon Designing for Children: a Complex Challenge
  3. GameWorks Opens 23rd Store
  4. Paradise Park Opens
  5. Materialism Out, Leisure In
  6. Major Shift and Nascent Trends in the American Diet
  7. Foundations a Success, New Date Announced
  8. Golf Range Times Free e-Newsletter
  9. New Projects

No. 1 - January 2004

  1. Editor's Corner
  2. The Experience Economy Means Everyone's Your Next Big Competitor
  3. Moving from Serving Customers to Facilitating Experiences
  4. There's Still Time to Save $200 on Foundations Entertainment University
  5. Serious Food, Outrageous Fun
  6. Out-of-Home Entertainment Spending Is Increasing
  7. Children Want to Eat Healthy
  8. Kids Edu-dining Debuts at Sonic Drive-In
  9. New Projects
 

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