Don't let the pandemic kill location pinball again! Help Cabin Fever survive to play another day.
COVID has been particularly hard on arcades, due to their very nature, and Robyn has gone above and beyond, struggling to keep the doors open while also keeping people safe. When other businesses were re-opening patios, Cabin was still restricted. Capacity is cut in half. Casual players can't just drop in anymore. And now, the Ontario government has reduced last call hours, making it even more difficult to make ends meet. There's no end in sight.
On top of that, the nature and size of the business means they aren't eligible for the various government programs created to help businesses survive the pandemic. Cabin is falling through the cracks in the system.
That's where we come in - the pinball community. If you want a place to play, to hang out with friends and the latest machines, then help me help Cabin.
I am starting this campaign entirely on my own because I believe in the value Cabin brings to the city as well as the pinball hobby itself, as a unique gathering place unlike anything else anywhere.
Some info about me. I'm from Toronto and have been involved in the pinball scene for over 25 years. I've been a customer of Cabin for many years now - I originally started going for the Split Flipper League, which evolved into the Marco Polo League, and eventually I just started showing up and not drinking enough to justify my usual seat in the corner. The funds from this fundraiser will go directly to Robyn, to help with ongoing expenses and to cover the shortfall the pandemic is having on arcade bars like Cabin.
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