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ProSlide Technology Inc. 150-2650 Queensview Drive, Ottawa, ON, K2B8H6 Canada T: +1 613 526 5522 E: info@proslide.com W:www.proslide.com


ProSlide


design and manufacturing. Our rides power the best, most successful, and recognised parks in the industry. Working with our clients we are driven to create the world’s best water ride experiences and deliver incredible value. We do this through our relentless vision, strong customer focus, and commitment to design excellence. If it’s world class, it’s ProSlide. With 5 times more IAAPA Best New


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Water Ride Awards than all other companies combined, ProSlide is the only water ride company that introduces thrilling new innovations year after year. ProSlide’s new water rides and technology are transforming the water park industry with Universal’s Volcano Bay, Europa-


ProSlide – founded in 1986 by Rick Hunter, Chairman and CEO – is a global leader in water slide


Park’s Rulantica, and DreamWorks Water Park at American Dream Meadowlands, to name a few.


New launches As the expectations of park guests continues to rise, parks are discovering the need to provide more unique attractions to meet the desires of their customers.


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sentiment applies to everyone: from the biggest parks in the world to independently owned local parks. Innovative products help park operators differentiate themselves from their competition and in today’s industry differentiation is more important than ever. ProSlide continues to innovate and provide incredible attractions to parks of all sizes. Notable, in China, we’ve launched new products at two OCT parks: the


Rick Hunter Chairman and CEO


FlyingSAUCER 45 at OCT Nanjing, and the PowerRIVER at OCT Xiangyang. Both of these projects feature our latest award- winning technology and are firsts in China. In the United States we have a number of amazing projects opening in 2020. Some notable openings include Cheetah Chase at Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari in Santa Claus, Indiana, which features the first ever head-to-head dueling zone on a water coaster and is the first launched water coaster powered solely through water propulsion. And Soaky Mountain Waterpark in Tennessee just opened and is a full-ProSlide park with the newest, most cutting-edge technology in water parks today. It’s the largest standalone U.S. installation of 2020 and is home to the first KIDZ WAVE and Avalaunch, the world’s first RocketBLAST water coaster with four FlyingSAUCERs and a TornadoWAVE finish.


FlyingSAUCER 45, OCT Nanjing


2020 and beyond Since its beginnings over 30 years ago, ProSlide has offered exceptional service to its customers to ensure they are successful for the long-term. “We Care More” is the ProSlide mantra for how they focus on customer success. They put an emphasis on staying in constant contact with their clients and being there to support them when they need it. That looks like something different for every client but the objective is to ensure that they feel consistently supported by ProSlide and know that they are with them every step of the way.


56 Handbook and buyer’s guide 2020


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