The maker of the popular Whac-a-Mole arcade game hopes its newest offering will help users smash a new target: the coronavirus pandemic. Holly Hill-based Bob’s Space Racers recently rolled out its new line of “Hands-Free Sanitizer Stations” in response to the growing COVID-19 outbreak. The sanitizer stations, operated by a foot pedal, have quickly become the arcade game maker’s top-selling product. Since the Hands-Free Sanitizer Station’s launch in mid-May, the company has sold nearly 800 to customers throughout the world. “It’s been wild going from a few customers who buy (arcade) games to hundreds of customers that buy hand sanitizer,” said Jack Cook, president of Bob’s Space Racers. Retail prices for the company’s new sanitizer stations range from $595 for a base model to $850 for one that comes with custom art that can include the name and logo of the business.
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