Old-school pinball racks up converts
FARGO – In an age when you can play game apps on your smartphone, opening a bricks-and-mortar pinball arcade may smack of folly.
But ever since Scott Nelson opened Fargo Pinball this year, the downtown business has been rolling right along, its underground, off-the-grid appeal growing membership to about 200 so far.
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