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Three In A Row!



OMAHA, NE (January 14, 2009) Demonstrating its commitment to family fun, the Midwest's unique attraction that earned the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions' (IAAPA) "Top Family Entertainment Center of the World" designation has once again been honored. The Amazing Pizza Machine is recognized as the "Best Family Entertainment Center" in Omaha Magazine's 17th annual Best of Omaha Contest.

This is the third year the locally-owned business has received this honor, which is voted on by the public. "We are thrilled that families around the Omaha-metro area chose The Amazing Pizza Machine as their favorite family entertainment center," said A. Michael Alesio, Managing Member.

Family fun starts with The Amazing Pizza Machine's buffet, which features 100+ tasty items made fresh daily on site, including pizza, pasta, salad and dessert bars and more. Four themed dining rooms offer big screen televisions showing sporting events, movies and cartoons. More than 140 arcade games and 9 amusement-park-like rides and attractions that appeal to both the young and the "young-at-heart" means there is something here for everyone.

"Receiving the 'Best of Omaha' distinction validates our efforts to provide a fun, safe, family-oriented activity center. Whether it is a birthday party with a personal party host whose energy and enthusiasm engages kids and adults alike, or just a nice evening out as a family or with friends, our goal is to make it a memorable experience for everyone," Alesio said. "Since our opening in 2006, we've focused on creating events that are one-of-a-kind, fulfilling and amazingly effortless for everyone, from corporate event planners coordinating employee retreats and group events to families arranging children's birthday parties and other celebrations."

Alesio added, "The feedback from our customers is very positive. Following a birthday party at our venue, parents tell us the food and the activities exceeded their expectations. Comments range from, 'I didn't have to do anything, and the hostess made it fun,' to 'Our host went all out to make sure all of the kids were having fun, were accommodated and that their parents were very satisfied'."

Voting in the Best of Omaha 2009 Contest was limited to one on-line voter per person, and individuals were required to complete selections in at least 20 of the 100 categories in order for their ballot to be counted. Individuals were asked to vote for the business that in their opinion represents the "Best of Omaha."