Monday, Jan 28, 2019

Family Business - Premier Game Truck Rolling Video Games Mobile Video Game Trailer

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My sixteen-year-old came with me to a Rolling Video Games event booked for Saturday at 2:00pm at a local school fundraiser.  We stopped the truck in front of the main entrance and I went inside to greet the principal as he prepared the trailer for the big load of kids soon to come inside our mobile video game theater.  I didn't have to check on him.  He is an expert.  He's been doing it since he was seven.

You might recognize him in some of the video commercials for Rolling Video Games:  the boy on the front steps, the boy with the medallion, the boy laughing and gaming.  He and I had no idea the impact Rolling Video Games would have on him as the years went by operating this local business in front of homes for birthdays and events.  Unlike a restaurant or a construction business, Rolling Video Games didn't present dangers or hassles of having kids around.  He came with me to many of the parties as "my little game coach".   I was proud.

"Dad, these kids are older.  I can't tell them what to do!",  he said as he squirmed in the front seat of the truck on the way to our first party.

"Yes, you can.  You are the game coach.  They are the customers.  You help them pick a game.  You show them how to play the game.  You know how to do that!  Be a friend."


"So, that's it!  Your job is to make sure everyone is having a great time--"

"But they aren't going to listen to me!",  he protested.

When we arrived at the house, he groaned as he got out of the truck and put on the cap with the Rolling Video Games logo.  14 kids lined the front yard, jumping up and down as we walked back to the mobile video game trailer and opened the doors to start the event.  We touched the button and the generator started up, the lights, TVs, game consoles are kicked on and the kids bounced in the door one by one and sat down.  My son spoke softly to the group, just before the gaming started.  He was nervous.

"Raise your hand if you have a question! ... I'm here to help!", his voice squeaked just loud enough for everyone to hear.  They nodded.


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