entertainment center

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Noun1.entertainment center - a wall unit containing sound and television systemsentertainment center - a wall unit containing sound and television systems
wall unit - a piece of furniture having several units that stands against one wall of a room
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WiseGuyReports.com adds "Family/Indoor Entertainment Centers Market 2018 Global Analysis, Growth, Trends and Opportunities Research Report Forecasting to 2023" reports to its database
Clubspeed was the first to develop software serving a variety of family entertainment centers, offering an innovative gamification and automated marketing solution that drives increased sales with their customers.
[ClickPress, Wed Sep 26 2018] Family/Indoor Entertainment Centers Market: Market Overview Family/indoor entertainment centers are gaining more popularity from the past decade in all age groups.
The meeting with businesses including clubs, beaches and shops owners was called by police to brainstorm and find ways to stop drugs and alcohol abuse by school kids during school hours, using entertainment centers.
The results of the fire inspection of Kaluga trading and shopping and entertainment centers were discussed at a working meeting in the City Administration on Monday, April 2.
Entertainment centers include drayangs, discotheques, karaoke, snooker and video game parlors.
Jonah Sandler, Chief Entertainment Officer and partner of Scene75, explained how a locally owned family-business became the home of two of the best entertainment centers in the world, "I think being recognized as two of the top three family entertainment centers in North America is truly a reflection of the culture at Scene75.
The Civil Defense has pledged to close down entertainment centers that do not adhere to safety standards.
Currently the Group operates over 1000 venues including casinos, gaming clubs, entertainment centers, night clubs, bars and restaurants in the CIS, Europe, and Latin America.
American Airlines is revamping the business-class sections on its long-haul jets, adding lie-flat seats and individual entertainment centers to better compete with carriers that already offer similar creature comforts.
Thornton-Tomasetti is a 500-person international engineering and design firm that creates structures to support the world's tallest buildings and long-span sports and entertainment centers.
By fall 2005, the company expects to announce a set of new home media products, as well as enhance the capabilities of its current Digital Entertainment Centers, which are priced between $1,400 and $2,000.

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