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Behind the rides


A select bunch of park and FEC operators, traveling showmen and, yes, journalists too, were invited to the Rovigo region of Italy recently for a behind the scenes look inside the factories of some of its many ride manufacturers


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osted by CNA Rovigo, the 10th Meeting della giostra (Rides Meeting) was focused around Bergantino and Melara, two small adjoining


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towns with just a few thousand residents each. Yet behind the doors of the industrial units in each of these places, a wide variety of rides, kiosks, lighting and other amusement equipment is manufactured for customers around the world.


Attendees from as far away as Australia got to see over 10 factories first hand, many now in full production of rides for the 2015 season, plus meet with their owners, chamber of commerce representatives and various dignitaries during the relaxed two- day get-together. There was also a visit to Bergantino’s charming Museo della giostra. Park World was part of the tour from 9 to 12 December and will bring you more coverage in our next issue. In the meantime, here’s a few photos to give a flavour of the event.


LEFT: A Music Express under construction at Rides Garage


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The following companies participated in the 10th Meeting della giostra:


•BN Performance Rides •CMC Caravans


•Carpenteria Meccanica •Eurocasse •Lights Co •Losi Elettronica •MDT •Pama Rides Trading •Parente Fireworks •Park Rides Lamborghini •Rides Garage •RT Rides •SI.MA Park •Soriani •Street Art •TRGT


•Zapporoli/DRD Neon


JANUARY 2015


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