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Volume IX

No. 10 - December 2009

  1. Editor's Corner
  2. Retail-tainment: the next big thing for shopping centers?
  3. Meet the Koodies
  4. McDonald's latest innovations
  5. Thomas Town opens in Japan
  6. Are you missing our Twitter tweet treats?
  7. Orange County Choppers joins barbecue at new restaurant
  8. Hooters opens bowling lounge
  9. Freej - the four ladies of Dubai
  10. Upcoming presentations

No. 9 - October / November 2009

  1. Editor's travelogue: my round-the-world trip
  2. IAAPA Attractions Expo, November 16-20
  3. Did entertainment spending really grow in 2008?
  4. Customized cookies, baked in 2 minutes
  5. Mass customization in Vietnam
  6. Attractive female staff could be bad for business
  7. HOOTERS opens its 1st bowling center
  8. BellaBoo's gets great reviews
  9. Soft-modular-play on wheels
  10. Quarter results for two location-based entertainment chains
  11. Skee-Ball celebrates 100th anniversary
  12. Families' favorite restaurants
  13. Upcoming presentations

No. 8 - September 2009

  1. Editor's corner
  2. Reaching adults often means targeting their younger children
  3. Last chance for Foundations Entertainment University
  4. Are you missing our tweet treats?
  5. At-home options and electronics taking entertainment market
  6. Current projects

No. 7 - August 2009

  1. Editor's corner
  2. Social media pays
  3. The future of leisure time; a new value equation
  4. The iconic hamburger/cheeseburger goes premium
  5. Business death spiral!
  6. Foundations Entertainment University, Oct. 6-8, Dallas, Texas
  7. BellaBoo's opens Sept. 15
  8. Vicki Stoecklin featured in two magazines
  9. Put your business correctly on the map
  10. 100 flavors in new Coca-Cola soda machine
  11. How Americans spent their time in 2008
  12. Chuck E. Cheese's reports 2nd quarter results
  13. New clients

No. 6 - July 2009

  1. Editor's Corner
  2. What is a feasibility study? Part 2
  3. To beat the recession, open your books to employees
  4. Foundations Entertainment University coming to Dallas
  5. Mass customization
  6. Playgrounds for big boys and girls
  7. Higher prices than competitors more profitable?
  8. Homeschooling on the increase
  9. Best fast-casual restaurants for families
  10. Disney plans 2nd family-themed resort hotel
  11. Specialization means bigger sales
  12. Classic 1980's restaurant commercials
  13. New projects

No. 5 - June 2009

  1. What is a feasibility study? Part 1
  2. The Redemption Report
  3. Report on the National Restaurant Association show
  4. Let's Pizza angers 'Slow Food' Italians
  5. Foundations Entertainment University arrives in Chicago July 14-16
  6. The grounded consumer: changing the paradigm of shopping center entertainment
  7. Hot Dog Hall of Fame
  8. Number of children's role-play edutainment centers grows
  9. America's 12 strangest museums

No. 4 - May 2009

  1. Editor's Corner
  2. Is the recession creating new leisure-time habits?
  3. Join us on Twitter
  4. Mickey D's remakes restaurants and PlayPlaces
  5. Pump It Up offers teambuilding
  6. Foundations Entertainment University, July 14-16
  7. America's worst restaurants for kids
  8. Paradigm paralysis stifles entertainment destinations
  9. Leisure varies across countries and cultures
  10. Chuck E. Cheese's reports 2009 1st quarter sales

No. 3 - April 2009

  1. Pink slips create entrepreneurs; beware of the roadkill traps
  2. Foundations Entertainment University just a month away
  3. Comfort desserts for the recession
  4. White space projects
  5. Out-of-home community entertainment proving recession proof
  6. Remember when?
  7. Children's edutainment trumps retail
  8. New projects

No. 2 - March 2009

  1. Editor's Corner
  2. Demise of the stuffed; birth of the grounded consumer
  3. Children's edutainment and enrichment in an educated society
  4. Foundations Entertainment University, May 5-7, Kansas City, Missouri
  5. Affordable out-of-home entertainment still strong
  6. Scheels retail-tainment
  7. The real impact of go-karts on your bottom line -- and how to improve it!
  8. Smashies from the space program

No. 1 - January-February 2009

  1. Editor's Corner
  2. The future of location-based leisure: suddenly a new scenario
  3. Remove the $ sign to increase spending
  4. Kids and families with kids are eco-friendly
  5. Foundations Entertainment University, February 3-5 in Dallas, Texas
  6. Children's Online Privacy Protection Act
  7. Dinner and a movie continues to expand
  8. New Projects
 

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