(Neb.)-KCSR/KBPY Spring Preview Is Full Of Fun And Games
(CHADRON)-Something fun is in store for young people and those who are kids at heart at the KCSR/KBPY Spring Preview Home Show this weekend. Game Changer owner/operator Adam Stone is bringing some arcade action to the Preview this year by guaranteeing to have at least one arcade video game machine, Street Fighter II, available at his triple-sized booth for a quarter a play. He says he will also have thousands of movies and games for sale or trade at rental prices and encourages people to bring anything they would like to sell to him as well.
Stone will also have his state-of-the-art disc-resurfacing machine at the Preview, and for $2 a disc, he says he can take nearly any scratch out of nearly any disc. He will even demonstrate how he does so by taking a disc, dropping it or stepping on it, and then resurfacing it to brand new. He says there are few exceptions to what he can fix as long as the disc is not dented or cracked. Blue Ray discs are also not usually fixable.
Game Changer is a new business in Chadron, located at 110 West Second Street in the old Herman’s building. It opened up a little over two weeks ago. Stone says the store buys, sells, trades, and repairs video games, movies, music, and electronics. He jokingly says, “It’s kind of a mouthful.”
Stone, who grew up in Chadron, spent six years in Lincoln as VP for the largest Game Changer store in the state before deciding to move back to Chadron and open a store here. He says his store’s motto is “Game Changer – Changing the Way The Panhandle Plays Games.” Stone has everything from VHS tapes and VCRs to DVDs and even a couple of laptops. His game offerings span from Atari to xbox 360 and ps3. Stone says he guarantees everything and has a variety of sales in place, including Buy 4, Get the 5th free. Game Changer’s hours are 12:00-8:00 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday and 12:00-6:00 p.m. on Sunday.
Entrance into the Spring Preview each and every day is free. The Preview begins on Friday, March 7th, at 5:00 p.m. and will run until 8:00 p.m. Hours on Saturday will be 9:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m., and on Sunday from noon-4:00 p.m.
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