A few interesting things...
As in, $75,000-85,000 a year profitable. 🤯 For that one single game.
They've had it for nearly 10 years and 100% of the time it completely destroys all the other games. The next closet game only does $20k a year.
But "go karts are what bring people in, games are how we keep them here".
Essentially a loss-leader.
It basically has to be immaculately maintained like a prize yard...for little kids to make an absolute mess of every day.
Staff turnover is intense as it's made up entirely of high school kids.
I've always been fascinated by local mom & pop type businesses...maybe I'll start interviewing them?