I always look to improve my game and to improve my business
Wyomissing, PA (PRWEB) August 20, 2008
Reber looks to outfit homes with his myriad of affordable pool tables, foosball tables, air hockey tables, dart boards and table tennis units. He also carries accessories such as pool cues and table tennis balls. Reber also looks to add another popular televised sport in his catalog.
"I want to add a variety of poker tables added," Reber said.
Then there's the matter of the site's companion blog, http://www.GameTableBlog.com, which launched recently. "I want to have helpful tips like how to play on different tables, strategies and different types of moves," explained Reber. "The blog will be available for everyone to learn something, regardless of skill level."
Unlike today's halcyon period of excessively violent video games, Reber's http://www.YourGameTableSource.com recalls the days when a rec room has something that the family could enjoy, and not just a big screen television and reclining chairs. As he celebrates his business' first year, Reber relates his longevity to his pool game:
"I always look to improve my game and to improve my business," he said. "An accident years ago forced me to start shooting pool from the opposite side on which I had learned. Once I understood the game, changing sides just took a little practice."