Arcade Novelties Introduces Line of Apparel to Benefit Preservation of Pinball History

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Arcade Novelties recently named Official Retailer for Pacific Pinball Museum. Proceeds from product sales go directly to supporting the Museum and their efforts to preserve this important part of American history and culture.

Our line of pinball game clothing has been so well-received that it opened up this opportunity to work with the Pacific Pinball Museum

Arcade Novelties, a leading online retailer of pinball and arcade related clothing for men, women and children, announced that it has secured a worldwide license to produce and distribute official Pacific Pinball Museum (PPM) apparel and accessories. The agreement allows the Toronto-based clothing retailer to market PPM t-shirts, apparel and gift items including mugs, wall clocks, and tote bags.

Official PPM apparel and accessories are now available at, according to Arcade Novelties' President Dave Pauk, noting that this most recent licensing agreement coincides with the company's first year as an official licensee for legendary pinball machine manufacturer D. Gottlieb & Co®.

"Our line of pinball game clothing has been so well-received that it opened up this opportunity to work with the Pacific Pinball Museum," says Pauk. "We are proud to be able to provide a venue for the Museum where proceeds from each PPM-branded product that's sold goes directly to supporting this wonderful effort to preserve an important part of Americana".

Michael Schiess, PPM's Executive Director, notes, "Our relationship with Arcade Novelties is a major milestone for the museum and their dedication to providing authentic pinball artwork on quality merchandise aligns perfectly with our historical and artistic mission."

In addition to its designation as an official licensee for the Pacific Pinball Museum (PPM), Arcade Novelties also represents other game brands including D. Gottlieb & Co.® and Alvin G & Co®.

About Arcade Novelties:
Arcade Novelties is a unique online retail destination that offers licensed arcade brand merchandise. Headquartered in Toronto Ontario, it specializes in reproducing genuine pinball and arcade game artwork on casual apparel, home and office accessories, and gift items. Its mission is to provide high quality products that appeal to consumers of all ages while expanding the long-term value of its client's trademarks and intellectual property. Its products are available exclusively at

About Pacific Pinball Museum:
The Pacific Pinball Museum, a 501(c)3 nonprofit that celebrates art, history and science through pinball. The Museum serves to preserve and promote pinball as an important part of American culture through its new museum space opening in November of 2009, art gallery, annual hosting of the world's largest pinball exposition, and operation of the Lucky JuJu Aracadeum - both an arcade and museum with its science exhibits, murals, jukeboxes and pinball machines to play and view.

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