ICYMI: This week’s headlines
If it’s Friday, those of you paying attention will know that it’s time for the weekly news round-up for all those times when you weren’t paying attention.
Climbing walls specialist Clip ‘n Climb has developed a new safety system, which means climbers can require less safety supervision.
Hydro Adventures in Missouri has hailed the addition of its new family and indoor attractions as the key to its successful 2017 season.
CAVU Designwerks, specialist in media-based attractions has appointed Michael Turner as executive vice president of Global Business Development.
Wilson’s Lifestyle Centre, a retail-meets-entertainment facility in the city of Saskatoon, is the first customer to receive a 220-degree Sky Rail zip line by Ropes Courses.
Digital Centre is presenting its latest products in the Euro Attraction Show in Berlin from Sep 26th to Sep 28th 2017.
Bulgarian climbing wall manufacturer Walltopia has blamed rising prices on increased labour costs and EU regulation.
Lagotronics Projects is launching its new small footprint experience, Farm Fair GameChanger, at next week’s EAS in Berlin.
JNC is holding an open day for customers at its warehouse in Bristol next month.
Sega’s Sonic Basketball now comes with brand new Reactive lighting effects, designed to make scoring even more gratifying.
Adventure attractions specialist Innovative Leisure has announced the opening of the first examples of its new Pirate Themed Water Wars attraction at two venues in the UK.
Holovis has appointed Howard Newstate as vice president of Experience Innovation.
Bandai Namco has just added a new range of plush and prizes based on Hasbro’s leading children’s licence My Little Pony.