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Illinois Gaming Market

4 Ways Your Location Can Benefit from Slot Machines

June 9, 2021

Slot machines: The bright lights. The LED displays. What’s not to love? However, these machines aren’t just for show. Past the gadgets and gizmos, slot machines are tools that can be utilized to maximize your location’s potential. Here are a few of the ways we, at Accel Entertainment, can help you:

  1. Generate foot traffic!

Bringing people into your establishment is usually every owner’s priority. Without patrons, there’s no business. Using our machines, it’s easy — the exciting lights and the chance to win are exciting to your potential customers’ eyes.

  1. Increase customer loyalty/repetition!

Humans are built to create routines. It makes life easier and more manageable. We all do it — yoga classes every week, walking the dog daily and even hitting up your favorite bar every Friday night. Without realizing it, we all have a pattern. Once your patrons start coming to your location — being served, using the amenities and winning at the slots — it’ll become a part of their weekly schedule.

  1. Promote your business through different channels!

Slot machines are not only an attraction but a completely new way to promote your location. When people see that your location has slots, they are drawn to them. You’ll receive loads of new patrons who just want to play slots. After, they’ll want to stay, grab a bite to eat and have a few drinks, falling in love with your location.

  1. Offer customers variety!

Everybody likes different things, and these things can change from day to day. One day someone might feel like having a steak, while the next they’ll feel in the mood for chicken. It’s practically impossible to predict what the customer will want, so why not cover all of your bases?


These four benefits are all practical and useful ways to encourage visitors and promote your business. As said, people love variety, so why not spice up your location with a few of our beautiful slot machines?

 

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