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(l-r) Bacak, Koshak and Richard Blaska fix the EW mini elevator.

Historian Arnold Toynbee is quoted as saying, “The supreme accomplishment is to blur the line between work and play.” With the NAEC NOLA tradeshow in New Orleans in full swing, a definite highlight of the day came mid-afternoon Wednesday when a trio of elevator experts got down on their hands and knees to repair ELEVATOR WORLD’s non-operational mini elevator. At first, John Koshak was alone, but soon others couldn’t resist getting a finger or elbow in the job or making astute suggestions. Koshak, Donnie Bacak and Richard Blaska used screwdrivers, hammers, a borrowed Swiss army knife and even a rolled-up paper wedge to adjust parts of the unit that was the star of the ELEVATOR WORLD booth. Not only did they succeed in getting it running but, according to Koshak, “improved the operation significantly.”

How Many Elevator Guys Does It Take To Fix a Mini Elevator?
(l-r) John Koshak and Donnie Bacak inspect the ELEVATOR WORLD mini elevator as Kaija Wilkinson looks on.
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