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This white paper evaluates methods for expanding your amusement offerings with minimal investment to significantly increase profits. By exploring some out-of-the-box ideas, you will discover ways you can further maximize the potential of your existing infrastructure, turning towers and platforms from single-purpose features into multi-purpose income generators. Finally, you will see concrete examples of how to adopt this business strategy and learn how it can improve your customer satisfaction and bottom line.

A cost-effective new amusement-based tower that can support multiple adventure activities.

The ultimate thrill tower is built to supplement your existing recreational offerings. The Adventure Tower allows many activities to exist in a vertical space, minimizing the tower footprint and maximizing throughput in a small space. Using the thrill-adventure line of products, your customers can climb, zip, jump, and more all on one convenient structure.

The purpose of this white paper is to identify the nine most common mistakes seen on zip lines and eliminate them. It’s important from an operational standpoint to address these factors because eliminating them will significantly decrease participant risk. 

Our primary goal is to get your QUICKjump Free Fall Device up and running, bringing thrills and unique excitement to your facility. We want your customers to love it, to come back again and again, and to tell all their friends.

The challenge Lack of rider weight and/or environmental conditions such as head/side winds can cause the zip trolley to stop just short of the end of the zipline- and to exacerbate the problem, the zip trolley then rolls backwards, leaving the rider stranded half way along the zipline.