ChicagoBusiness.com reports on Stern’s upgrade to a new facility to accommodate the increasing demand for pinball machines,
The company announced today that it moved to a nearly 110,000-square-foot facility at 2001 Lunt Ave. in Elk Grove Village. The upgrade from its old 40,000-square-foot building at 2020 Janice Ave. in Melrose Park will allow the company to double its design, engineering and production capacity.
CBS Chicago and WBBM Radio 780 talk about how Project Pinball and Stern pinball have worked together to put a machine in the Advocate Children’s Hospital.
Joe Dacy’s son, Zach, was diagnosed with leukemia four years ago, at age 3. He’s cancer-free now.
“We’ve always loved and had pinball machines,” Dacy said, so during Zach’s treatment, Dacy wondered if he could spread his love of pinball to other children who were sick like his son.
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