Business Tips for Successful Operation

February 13, 2015 No Comments

In each issue, Tourist Attractions & Parks brings the many businesses in the magazine’s coverage universe practical operational advice for better profit pictures. We offer articles on everything from staff training to choosing the right equipment, and our readership can always learn new ways to conduct business for the best results.

Scott C. Borowsky President and Executive Editor Tourist Attractions &  Parks magazine

Scott C. Borowsky
President and Executive Editor
Tourist Attractions &
Parks magazine

In the February/March edition, we also offer the Who’s Who Buyer’s Guide directory. This listing of many of the top industry vendors can spark ideas for the changes and improvements your business may need to more skillfully bring the best entertainment options to your customers. This year, in conjunction with the guide, we also offer an article with advice from large parks on how to choose the best vendors, and numerous bonus product features from several of the industry’s top companies.

Our recurring sections can also help with great advice and tips. In Waves, the waterpark report, readers can learn about best practices for waterpark maintenance and safety, including a sidebar on tips to keep slides clean and attractive.

In the Family Entertainment Center Report, readers can get bowling center insurance advice, training tips from miniature golf and go-kart centers, advice to update and upgrade roller skating centers, including improving entryways, tips from laser tag attractions on increasing profits, and more.

Additionally, in the special expanded Street Beat section, there are articles on bulk vending, crane machines and coin-operated games. And in the Food Service Spotlight portion of the book, there are pieces on food service equipment trends and improving menus, including a bonus sidebar on the pros and cons of kitchen floor mats.

We also offer a story on maintaining inflatables, a haunted attractions article on the pros and cons of actors’ makeup and masks and a bonus sidebar on keeping costumed workers comfortable.

I hope you enjoy the issue. Please email me at editortapmag@kanec.com with your comments, question and suggestions.

Scott C. Borowsky
President and Executive Editor
Tourist Attractions & Parks magazine


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