Extreme Engineering To Unveil All-New Roller Coaster Cart And Adventure Parks.
Press Conference to be held at IAAPA on Tuesday, November 13th, at 1PM, booth 3466.
Athens, TX (October, 2018) – Extreme Engineering has so much to show and tell at this year’s IAAPA. With an all-new Cloud Coaster roller coaster cart, over twelve new attractions, new adventure parks and new roller coaster locations, Extreme Engineering has a lot of exciting news to unveil on the show floor. Extreme Engineering will be hosting an official press conference at their booth (booth 3466) at this year’s IAAPA trade show held at the Orange County Convention Center his November. The press conference will be held on Tuesday, November 13th, at 1:10PM EST at booth 3466. “There is so much reason for celebration. We have a lot of exciting news to share during IAAPA’s centennial trade show. This is the perfect time to announce our biggest news yet,” says Phil Wilson, Executive Vice President with Extreme Engineering.
The Cloud Coaster has come a long way since its first debut in 2015, awarded Best Major Attraction under $3M at the 2017 IAAPA trade show. Today Extreme Engineering has 4 locations installed with 3 more projects pending for 2019. The new Cloud Coaster’s cart utilizes all of the same features you expect to find in a “Class 1” roller coaster cart. “Our new coaster cart has tons of new features such as an electronic safety release, locking lap bars and an ergonomic seat design,” states Wilson. The Cloud Coaster cart will be showcased at Extreme Engineering’s booth in November.
Extreme Engineering’s latest Cloud Coaster project will be located at an iconic location in Asia. More details on this exciting project will shortly follow with hopes to officially announce all of the details at this year’s IAAPA trade show. “We are currently under NDA and can’t fully disclose the name of the client or the project name, however, I can say that this will be the largest roller coaster project to date,” states Matt Rehnstrom, V.P. of Sales with Extreme Engineering. The coaster project will be providing a one-of-a-kind family experience, soaring guests high above crows with drops, sharp turns and quick speeds.
Some other excited news for Extreme Engineering to celebrate about is that they now offer over 12 new attractions for 2018, including complete adventure parks. “Our creative and engineering team were busy this year. Not only did we design 12 new attractions, we actually brought them to market and delivered them to several clients nationwide,” states Rehnstrom. Some of Extreme Engineering’s new lineup includes a low level zipline, a Warped Wall parkour experience, a geometric climbing wall called “GeoWall,” and a new attraction called “Ant Farm” which is climbable words that allow clients to make their brand interactive.
“This going to be the biggest press announcement yet as we are leading the industry with family-friendly attractions and engineering design. I think anyone can claim innovation in this industry. What sets us apart from the rest is that we believe fun is our business. This belief allows us to transform creative ideas into reality. For us we believe innovation should come standard,” states Wilson.
To schedule an interview during IAAPA (Nov 13th– Nov 16th) or if you wish to obtain more information, please feel free to contact Phil Wilson at email@example.com.
Please don’t forget to attend Extreme Engineering’s press conference on Tuesday, November 13th, at 1:10PM. The press conference will be held at Extreme Engineering’s booth located at 3466.
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