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Betson Enterprises 303 Paterson Plank Road, Carlstadt, New Jersey, 07072 T: (800) 524-2343


E: service@betson.com W:www.betson.com


Betson Enterprises


amusement distributor and global supplier of location-based amusement equipment and services. A family owned business since 1934, Betson has offices throughout the US that provide the scale and infrastructure to serve customers larger and small. Additionally, our expert international sales staff are experienced in selling product on every continent and understand the needs of our international clients.


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Products and services Betson’s solutions include amusement equipment, vending equipment, office coffee supplies, parts, service, licensed products, touch screen monitors, global sales, game room layout and design, installations, and private in-house financing.


Key customers Betson Enterprises’ key customers are both our manufacturing partners and clients/business owners. We represent all major equipment and parts suppliers in the Family Entertainment Centre business. With that, our mission is to provide best in class products, customer service and solutions to our valued clients with every interaction and transaction. Our customer base ranges from local


operating companies to some of the largest international Family Entertainment Centre


etson Enterprises, headquartered in Carlstadt, New Jersey, is a division of H. Betti Industries, and the premier


chains in the world. As for key markets, the bowling industry has seen tremendous


growth in the past 6 years, as well as water parks and hospitality. We will continue to invest in resources to better serve those markets. But I firmly believe that our products and solutions aren’t limited to any specific market and we are constantly looking to expand the landscape for location-based entertainment products.


Company strengths We are a fully integrated distribution company. Our private in-house finance company allows us to craft tailored financing and leasing solutions specific to each customers’ own needs. We have our own parts division company with over 20,000 SKUs in inventory and a 24/7 ecommerce site. All of the which allows us to provide a one-stop-shop solution to our customer base for everything from equipment, parts, service, vending, consulting, financing and more. It’s a great selling point, but it also requires us to excel in all of those areas. It’s a challenge that keeps everybody on the Betson team constantly motivated to improve.


2019 projects To date, Betson has taken a measured approach to understand the Virtual Reality market opportunity. We always to make sure that the products and solutions we recommend to our clients are going to make


PARK WORLD Handbook and buyers guide 2019


Jonathan Betti, vice president of sales and business development


their businesses more successful. I think 2019 is the year where we start to get more involved in distributing VR products. Products aside, we are investing heavily in our customer service department and new communication platforms. By doing so, we hope to better serve our core customer base.


Betson's goals for 2019 and beyond Betson Enterprises has a long list of goals that all move in the direction of continuous improvement of our customers’ experience. Everything we do falls under the banner of serving the customer. We are only as successful as our customers.


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