I like to clear up the blog that Ike P wrote about family amusement.
Ike wrote on the blog that he thinks that having only 6 months notice to
the expiration date of the contract is not fair. I think having four and
half years is plenty of time to cancel the contract. Everything that was
on the contract was explained to Ike Pyun, and Silas Gaither his partner
Owners of the Parlor in Santa Monica. It was clearly explained to both of
the owners that they should send in a cancellation letter immediately so
that the contract does not go into automatic renewal. After the
conversation I had with Ike in May of 2009, Family Amusement still has not
received a cancellation letter from the parlor.
It is unfortunate that the Parlor negated to read the terms of our
agreement. We take pride in 37 years of offering the best service,
equipment, and above all INTEGRITY in our operations. We have survived
in this industry where 90% of our competition has failed.
The reason why we ask for six months notice of the contract is so
that we have enough time to place the equipment once the contract
is over, and maintain credit worthiness with our banks. The
place out in the field is very technical and expensive. We have a big over
head with trucks, insurance employees etc. We have a very strict business
model and we stand firm on our contracts. This is the reason why we have
been around for thirty seven years.
As far as the comment that I was being rude. I apologize if Mr.
Pyun feels that way, but I acted in a professional manner and
thoroughly explained all the facts.