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BMI Gaming is a worldwide arcade game, amusement device and vending machine distributor founded in 2001 by David L. Young, a serial entrepreneur, marketing professional and arcade games collector, and is currently based in Boca Raton, Florida, with commercial sales and warehousing locations in both Southern California and Chicago, Illinois. In 2008, BMI Gaming was ranked as one of the "Top 500 Internet Retailers" in the world for the third year in a row by Internet Retailer Magazine. [1]

BMI Gaming sells a wide variety of amusement products and devices from arcade games, redemption games, sports games and video games to pinball machines, jukeboxes, photobooths, claw cranes and kiddie rides, to vending products such as soda vending machines, coffee, snack, frozen food and bulk vending machines to both businesses and the general public.

BMI Gaming markets its products to both domestic and international clients, with a large export department shipping amusement products to over 90 countries worldwide. The company states that over 95% of its total sales are conducted through its online website. Their customer base ranges from home and residential users, business professionals and high-profile media celebrities to commercial clients such as family entertainment centers, arcades, bars, nightclubs, restaurants, casinos, hotels, resorts, cruise ships, shopping malls and chain stores, as well as many types of educational facilities and non-profit organizations, along with various local, state and federal government agencies, including the US Military.

BMI Gaming has attained several prominent business awards in the few years since its inception, including "Inc Magazine's" "Inc 500 List" of the fastest growing private firms in America in 2007, [2] and PriceWaterhouseCoopers "Hot 100 List" of the fastest growing companies in the US in 2006. [3] BMI Gaming lays claim to the "World's Largest Gaming and Vending Superstore" on the internet by sales and by number of products offered and is ranked as the top website (based on total visitors) for coin-operated machines in the world, according to statistics published by Quantcast.com [4]. In early 2009, the rights to the BMI Gaming domain and website were leased to BMI Worldwide, Inc., which now operates the website as separate corporate entity, under a new brand name, "BMIGaming.com", with plans for future brand extensions and business expansion.

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