This week’s headlines
News from this week's GAP Daily
If you were out EAG or otherwise engaged elsewhere you might have missed some of this week’s news, so here it is.
Thousands of schoolchildren in London are being offered free trampolining sessions by trampoline park operator Flip Out, as part of the fight against childhood obesity.
Six Flags Great Adventure has taken a lead in renewable power usage, partnering with KDC Solar to make the New Jersey property the world’s first solar-powered theme park.
Ohio-based entertainment facility Playzone, hired Creative Works to install an immersive laser tag experience.
Betson Enterprises has upped the ante with its online activity, launching a newly revamped corporate website, www.betson.com.
Norwich looks set to get a new family entertainment centre and laser tag venue on the first floor of a city centre car park.
Suzohapp says this year’s EAG show was its most successful to date.
Cash handling equipment provider Innovative Technology kick-started their 2018 exhibition calendar with a week at EAG International, displaying the firm’s range of note handling, coin handling and ticketing solutions.
A £300million plan to transform the town’s Leisure Park will see new attractions coming to Basingstoke.
The IATP has reacted to a story in the Independent newspaper’s online i magazine, criticising the safety record of its members.