Co-Founder of the Dave & Buster’s James Buster Coley Dies

James Buster Coley died age of 72. James Buster Coley was the co-founder of the iconic adult arcade Dave & Buster’s. Dave & Buster’s went on to open more than 140 locations across the country.

As per the latest report that law enforcement officers confirmed their response to a residence in Dallas on 2nd January 2023 —Coley’s birthday—where they found a person suffering from what appeared to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound, and a representative for the arcade/ restaurant chain confirmed Coley’s death to the publication.

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D&B’s rep said Coley would be remembered as “an innovative and creative force” and for his “pioneering spirit.” They went on to add: “Buster’s passion for hospitality, his demand for excellence, and the deep care he had for his team members were unparalleled. Our hearts go out to James Buster Coley family at this difficult time and while we will miss his wise counsel and his easy laugh, the legacy he and Dave built endures.”

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Dallas was the location of the very first Dave & Buster’s in 1982. James Buster owned a famous restaurant while his soon-to-be business partner, David Corriveau, owned an entertainment venue that was big with adults, which the two noticed their clientele frequently bouncing back and forth between They joined forces, with Corriveau winning a coin toss to have his name first in the brands. Today, they have over 140 locations across the country.

Police officials are still investigating the incident, and a formal manner of James Buster Coley death has not been announced at this time.

Reference: Yahoo Life