On February 3rd, KC Road Lawyers held a ribbon-cutting event at their Harrisonville law office to celebrate the launch of their KC Road Lawyer arcade game. During this event, attorney Chris Benjamin announced that he and Robert Gaines, of Community Web Service, have begun a new business venture: Arcade Elites. Arcade Elites provides fully customized arcade games as marketing tools for businesses and as personalized entertainment for individual consumers.
Chris and Robert initially conceived of Arcade Elites while creating the KC Road Lawyer arcade game through a partnership between KC Road Lawyers, Community Web Service, and 2A Marketing. During the development of the arcade game, they realized the value of arcade games as marketing tools and the marketability of custom arcade games to both businesses and individuals. Subsequently, Chris and Robert met in November at Belton’s Broken Hatchet Brewery to officially form Arcade Elites LLC.
Arcade Elites develops personalized video games and manufactures fully customized arcade cabinets to house those games. The business model is based on developing custom arcade experiences as marketing tools for businesses and as luxury entertainment for individual consumers who want to star in their own video games. Arcade Elites will also design and construct arcade cabinets for other video game development companies and for hobbyists. Chris and Robert plan to launch the Arcade Elites brand nationally by the end of this year.
Arcade Elites is dedicated to the local Cass County economy. The company is based in Peculiar, which is where the game software is developed. The arcade cabinets are manufactured in Belton and the graphic design is also handled by Belton resident Amber Coultis. Not only is the KC Road Lawyer arcade game on display at the Harrisonville Chamber of Commerce office on the Historic Harrisonville square, but the Arcade Cabinets are also “wrapped” by Shelton’s Printing in Harrisonville. Chris and Robert are both Cass County residents; Chris resides in the Village of Loch Lloyd and Robert lives in Freeman.
Chris extends his thanks to the Harrisonville Area Chamber of Commerce and the Peculiar Area Chamber of Commerce for co-hosting the KC Road Lawyers Arcade ribbon cutting and for providing him with the opportunity to announce the formation of Arcade Elites. He would also like to thank everyone who took the time to attend the event and share in the celebration. It was a great pleasure to see people mingling while playing the KC Road Lawyer arcade game.
For inquiries regarding Arcade Elites or to purchase your own personalized gaming experience, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message at (816) 974-7493. Chris and Robert will be happy to put you or your business into a custom-made game. Also, be sure to stop by our Harrisonville law office and check out the original KC Road Lawyer arcade game!