Re: How To Start Up Bingo?
First off, make a written plan. Which should include how it will be managed, advertised, and how it will be formed.
Next, you have to research the legal aspects of starting up a bingo hall. You will need to get a license, which in some states falls under the Gaming Control Board. But with each state, there are different requirements. So be sure to do a thorough check on what permits, licenses you will need and where to get them when you are ready to do so.
You will also have to register the company with the secretary of state and follow all of their rules.
You will of course have to buy or lease a large open floored building in which you can have rows of tables.
You may also want a concession stand which will also most likely need a permit.
Then you will need to buy all of the equipment that it will take to run the bingo hall. From the table and chairs, down to the bingo machine and microphone equipment.
On top of all that, you will have to hire and train people to work the bingo hall. Then you will need to set up a date for the grand opening and get out your advertisement so people will know what you are offering and when and where.
Starting a bingo hall will take a lot of research, money, time, and effort. But you have the world wide web to get all the information about doing so from.