Archive for February, 2011

The Outlook for the Amusement Vending Industry

February 2, 2011 No Comments

Several ripple effects of change cascading upon the amusement vending industry challenge the best of owner operators to adjust and yet hold on to what has sustained them over all their years in the business. The reactions of their location customers to business declines, however, test reflexes. They’re facing dramatically tough times in Ohio, where […]

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Off-Season Maintenance – Tips to Make the Most of Winter

February 2, 2011 No Comments

When golf balls quit rolling on the mini course and go karts slow to an idle and stop in the pond after Labor Day, activities in the park don’t wind to a halt just because the patrons are gone. It just changes and shifts from recreation to renovation, presenting challenges to overcome and maintenance steps […]

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Daniels Wood Land, Inc. Offers Shooting-Gallery-In-a-Box

February 2, 2011 No Comments

Daniels Wood Land, Inc. (DWL) has announced a new line called “Shooting-Gallery-In-A-Box.” “We’ve created these cost effective packages for the folks who have the desire and ability to build some sweat equity into an entertaining, revenue-generating attraction. We’re offering three budget-minded packages that target different levels of ambition. Each package includes the same powerful, innovative […]

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Rolling a Strike with Food and Beverage – Making Real Money With Real Food

February 2, 2011 No Comments

The beauty of bowling is you don’t have to be a pro to throw a few games and have some fun. Bowling also packs a lot of value into one activity, it’s interactive, gets you moving and is still relatively affordable. Adding to its widespread appeal: you don’t even have to leave the building for […]

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Financing In The Brave New World

February 2, 2011 No Comments

Now that our economy is beginning to pick up some steam, many project developers have become re-engaged in the process of launching new entertainment projects. In actuality, the time couldn’t be better, as a combination of a depressed commercial real estate market, an eager construction industry, and an aggressive supplier-pricing environment provide an exceptional foundation […]

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Advice for Creating Memorable Moments

February 2, 2011 No Comments

The Signature Move Owners and mangers, create your very own signature move to leaves a powerful impression. Guests recognized by owners and top management feel extra important. Picking out the birthday child and showing off your signature move adds a deposit to the TLC (tender loving care) bank account that birthday parties are all about. […]

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Incorporating the Pay-Per-Attraction Element into the Single Admission Scenario

February 2, 2011 No Comments

When the modern theme park era began in the early 20th century, the business model was generally based on a “pay-per-attraction” system where guests would buy separate tickets for access to individual rides or shows. So popular was this approach that it continued throughout the 20th century, including the 1972 opening of Walt Disney World […]

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Industry Trade Shows and Training Seminars – Making a Solid Choice for Life-Long Learning

February 2, 2011 No Comments

During challenging economic times there are usually more opportunities to make money by creating a niche market or by just simply increasing your market share. The reasons are quite simple to understand, most people are afraid of change or are just plain lazy and complacent—even while they are witnessing first hand their business revenues decreasing. […]

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Maintenance Services Are Available from SplashTacular

February 2, 2011 No Comments

SplashTacular® offers maintenance services that keep your slides and water play elements looking new and fresh. The company’s maintenance services include simple scratch repairs, replacement of worn-out decking material and recoating and repair of damaged components. Regardless of who manufactured your slide, you can invest in a maintenance program from SplashTacular that not only increases […]

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Imagine, Build, Play – Creating Interactive Water Attractions

Imagine, Build, Play – Creating Interactive Water Attractions

February 2, 2011 No Comments

The dictionary defines “interactive” as simply “acting one upon or with the other” or “providing output based on input from the user.” Yet when you combine the concept of interactivity with water attractions, you open up a new world for children and adults to be engaged and entertained in an environment that takes “cause and […]

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