Some adult arcades throughout southwest Florida
are back in business.
We’ve been following this tale because Governor Scott made them unlawful previously this year.
Now, these galleries are opening their doors just after making some severe changes to adhere to the new law.
Kathy Nardomarino is finally back in one of her favorite spots– a grownup gallery.
“Relaxing, meeting new people,” claimed Nardomarino.
In June she had to quit her games and stroll out.
Virtually 150 adult galleries around the state closed their doorways when Governor Rick Scott signed a bill, making both internet cafes
and adult galleries illegal.
“It was devastating for a lot of the gallery owners,” pointed out Vegas III Casino owner Jim Graham.
Already, a few of the galleries have come back to life and re-opened their doors.
Yet only after spending thousands of dollars to alter their machines and business models to satisfy the new law.
“We have actually re-invested considerable monies into this network marketing business that is without a doubt,” pointed out Graham.
It’s illegal for these kinds of gaming areas to offer cash or gift cards for prizes.
So now, Vegas III Casino in the Cape and others have their machines giving tickets.
Then those tickets can be made use of to get prizes.
“Coffee makers, Blu-Ray players, Tvs,” said Gator Games owner Ray Bosse.
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