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Games2U-Is This Fun Or What?

March 16, 2010 by Stephen Boczek

Silvercreek resident and owner of the Houston area Games2U franchise Andrew Pikoff brings it all right to your doorstep.

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KVVU Interviews Games2U's Son Ngo

March 15, 2010 by KVVU, Las Vegas, NV

Amy Carabba of KVVU in Las Vegas Interviews Son Ngo and demonstrates all the great activities you can get with a Games2U Entertainment party. 

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So what’s the cost of hoops to your business?

March 11, 2010 by Triangle Business Journal - by Dale Gibson

Raleigh businessman Jeff Oehler has the arcade coming to you. Games2U is a mobile video game van that brings the arcade experience to parties and events. The van is decked out with flat screen TVs, satellite dishes and a sound system.

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How We...Outsmart Our Copycats

March 8, 2010 by By Grace L. Williams, The Wall Street Journal

The cliche that "imitation is the sincerest form of flattery" certainly doesn't apply when it comes to brothers David and Stuart Pikoff of Austin-based Games2U Entertainment. When they started their business, there was no other service like it in the area. "My brother and I are just fun, lighthearted guys," says David Pikoff. Inspired by the fun they like to have, they took the idea of a video arcade, and gave it a modern twist.

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Good times roll in creative ways

February 16, 2010 by By MAGGIE LILLIS, VIEW STAFF WRITER

Two new valley companies are showing that a sheet cake and bouquet of balloons are nothing to celebrate with these days. One caters to celebrating for and with girls between the ages of 2 and 16, and the other literally brings the entertainment to events for any age or occasion.

Games2U, a mobile entertainment venue equipped with game systems, laser tag and a human hamster ball, has been making its way through the valley since a Henderson couple was introduced to the nationwide venue at a wedding last year.

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Games2U's David Pikoff Interviewed on Fox Business News

February 10, 2010

In this video, Games2U's co-founder, David Pikoff, is interviewed on Fox Business News. In the interview, David describes the Games2U party experience, including the new 4D Theater, Booger Wars, and other unique entertainment experiences. They also discuss Games2U franchise opportunities. Visit http://www.games2u.com for more information.

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Bringing Exposure '2U'

January 14, 2010 by By Sam Oches, QSRMagazine.com

When the Chick-fil-A in the Village at Westlake in West Lake Hills, Texas, held its fifth-anniversary celebration in December, operator Alan Williams decided to hire a company from Austin to come and entertain customers.

That company, Games2U, arrived with video games, a human gyroscope, and more to kick off year No. 6 in style.

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Mobile arcade brings games home

January 13, 2010 by By Brad Smith, Telegraph Correspondent

The pizza arcade may be a thing of the past, with the latest wave in video game birthday parties to hit the streets.

Thanks to Games2u, there is now a choice.

"Sure, you can pack up your kids into the car, along with their friends," Chris Wrba said, "drive to a place and find long lines, cold food and bad service. No, with Games2u, you&rsquot;re the host. You set the pace, the rules. It's your party.

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Mobile gaming rolls out in Annapolis area

January 12, 2010 by By ELISHA SAUERS, Annapolis Capital

Cathy Rogers and Loren Willcock, mother-and-son business partners, are, in some ways, driving by the seat of their pants.

They opted to open a franchise in Annapolis in April during the worst economy in decades, with a business concept totally reliant on disposable income.

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9 Businesses You Can Start In Your Pajamas in 2010

January 11, 2010 by Inc.com

Franchises are becoming an increasingly popular and easy way for anyone to start their own business from home, thanks to entrepreneurs like David and Stuart Pikoff.