Jersey Jack Pinball to relocate manufacturing operations out of N.J.

By Emily Bader
Lakewood | Feb 28, 2020 at 11:08 am

Jersey Jack Pinball, a manufacturer of artisanal pinball machines, is relocating its manufacturing facility from Lakewood to Elk Grove Village, Illinois.

The new fabrication, design and engineering facility is anticipated to create 50 or more new jobs.

The move, according to Jack Guarnieri, founder and CEO, will allow JPP to remain competitive and efficient in the market.

“First and foremost, I would like to thank all the employees in Lakewood for their hard work and dedication to Jersey Jack Pinball and the wider pinball industry.  Their contributions are greatly appreciated,” Guarnieri said. “We look forward to creating an exciting, collaborative workplace in Illinois, where we can continue to be pioneers of pinball design, building great games for many years to come.”

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