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W. Cimorelli and the Gaming Law Battle of the 1980s

Wayne Cimorelli helped lead the fight to change the gaming laws in the early 1980s.  This Amusement Business Magazine article is nearly 30 years old and summarizes the battle successfully fought by Wayne and other New Jersey game operators. Wayne’s commitment to the Seaside Heights business community continues to this day and he can often be found walking the Boardwalk keeping an eye on his family arcade (Coin Castle) and restaurant (Spicy) helping shape the vision for the Boardwalk’s future.

This particular issue of Amusement Business Magazine was loaned to me by my friend Kim Samarelli. Thanks Kim!

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  1. Because of this law, most games cost $5 or more to play nowadays.

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