Archive for February, 2018

Trampoline Parks <br> Tips for Safer Jumping

Trampoline Parks
Tips for Safer Jumping

February 14, 2018 No Comments

There’s a lot of fun – and profit – in trampoline parks these days. When owners and operators say their joints are jumping, they really mean it! If the mood is to remain buoyant however, a significant amount of time must be spent on devising and enforcing safety protocols. Nothing is more of a downer […]

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Tourist Attractions & Parks magazine is on the move!

February 14, 2018 No Comments

Tourist Attractions & Parks magazine is on the move! Our new address is: 1062 Lancaster Ave., Suite 15-F, Rosemont, Pa., 19010

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Creative Works Brings Fantasy Mini-Golf Course to Life at ShadowLand

Creative Works Brings Fantasy Mini-Golf Course to Life at ShadowLand

February 14, 2018 No Comments

The Alexandria, Va.,-based ShadowLand recently hired Creative Works to design and install an immersive indoor black light miniature golf experience. ShadowLand owner Gene Taylor made the decision to add a new miniature golf course in order to bring something new to the community. “Gene decided to renovate some existing space in order to better meet […]

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Betson Expands Florida Operations and Adds Key Employees

February 14, 2018 No Comments

Betson Enterprises has announced a move for its Florida operations to a larger facility located at 4605 LB Mcleod RD, Suite 900 in Orlando, Fla.  The new Betson Florida facility includes an expanded warehouse, spacious showroom, a dedicated equipment staging area to accommodate both large and small game room installations, increased office space, an employee lounge and […]

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Passing on the Knowledge  at Bowling Centers <br> Tips to Create Leaders Who Will Mentor Others

Passing on the Knowledge at Bowling Centers
Tips to Create Leaders Who Will Mentor Others

February 14, 2018 No Comments

By Hilary Danailova Asked how they cultivate leadership in their employees, bowling center owners and managers are in agreement: Great staff starts with great hires. All those surveyed said an outgoing personality and an interest in the industry were essential qualities for future leaders, and they look for these traits when hiring. “The number one […]

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Making Inside Waves <br>The Latest Trends for Indoor Waterparks

Making Inside Waves
The Latest Trends for Indoor Waterparks

February 14, 2018 No Comments

By Karen Appold Bigger is better—say decision makers at waterparks. Given that, expanding in size, adding more rides and offering more amenities, such as overnight accommodations and a variety of dining experiences is all the rage. In fact, in March 2017, Kalahari Resorts and Conventions became America’s largest indoor waterpark under one roof, said Don […]

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Making the Food Fun at Family  Entertainment Centers, Amusement Parks and Waterparks

Making the Food Fun at Family Entertainment Centers, Amusement Parks and Waterparks

February 14, 2018 No Comments

By Joanna Ireland Whether you’re swooshing your way down a curving waterslide, polishing your swing in the batting cages, hoping to increase your bowling score to 150, or ducking and rolling to avoid a tag, playing hard works up quite the appetite! While rides and activities might be what initially put smiles on visitors’ faces, […]

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Games and Prizes that Are Tops <br> Perspectives from Operators and Locations

Games and Prizes that Are Tops
Perspectives from Operators and Locations

February 14, 2018 No Comments

The most popular redemption games and redemption prizes are always changing in arcades and family entertainment centers, and for coin-operated game rental companies. Operators offer their current game and prize favorites. At Party Jungle in Phoenix, Ariz., General Manager Melissa Nathan has some definite customer favorites. “People love Monopoly and Tower of Power. Both games […]

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A Season for Fun More of the Year <br> Staving Off Shutdowns at Large Parks

A Season for Fun More of the Year
Staving Off Shutdowns at Large Parks

February 14, 2018 No Comments

By Chad Emerson There was once a time when amusement park seasons were primarily summer-centric.  Except for warmer climates like California and Florida, many of the parks operated from late Spring to around Labor Day.  Basically tracking school calendars, these parks would often go into shutdown mode for a large chunk of the year. In […]

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Timezone Group Partners with Quadrant Private Equity to Accelerate Growth

Timezone Group Partners with Quadrant Private Equity to Accelerate Growth

February 14, 2018 No Comments

Timezone Group has announced that it has partnered with Quadrant Private Equity, one of Australia’s leading private equity firms, to accelerate the growth of the business in Australia and across Asia. Quadrant has entered into a binding agreement to invest into the Timezone business alongside the founding Steinberg family and management to create The Entertainment […]

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