“The out-of-home entertainment business gets in your blood. Each year is filled with lessons on how to successfully help our amazing team of employees create memories for our guests and for each other. My commitment to help our team and the industry remains strong. There is no better feeling than to see the people around you grow and develop as professionals.” - Gregg Borman
Gregg Borman began working in the attractions industry in 1979 when he accepted a position with Malibu Grand Prix Corporation in Orlando, Florida as the Assistant Complex Manager. He rose through the ranks to become General Manager and worked at ten of their 43 sites over the next several years. He went on to become Regional Manager for the Northwest area and then Vice President of Operations for the West Coast Region. He joined a group of seasoned FEC developers that formed the Camelot Park chain. In 1998 Camelot became part of Palace Entertainment and Gregg became Senior Vice President of Operations. Gregg left Palace Entertainment in 2014 to be part of the founding of Apex Parks Group.
Gregg is very active within the industry. He currently is working with Private Equity groups looking to get into the FEC space . He has served on the IAAPA Board of Directors, has been Chairman of the IAAPA FEC Committee which includes oversight of the IAAPA FEC Education Sub-Committee and FEC Insurance Sub-Committee. He also served previously on the IAAPA Facilities and Operations Committee. Gregg has been a speaker at several IAAPA Expo Education sessions. He is a member of the American Amusement Machine Association. In addition, he is a member of ASTM, serves on the ASTM F24 Committee for Ride and Attraction Standards and holds AIMS certification as an Operations Technician.