The InterFun Expo takes place next week, April 30-May 1 at New Deck Hall, The Royal Armouries, Leads, UK. Europe has been expanding its family entertainment center base recently and InterFun has seized on providing the opportunity for that segment of the leisure out of home (OHH) entertainment industry to see the latest attractions and attend the educational programs.
What this could mean? I was looking forward to attending the InterFun Expo and presenting seminars, but cannot get across the ‘pond’ due to non-stop new project AEM site visits that have been scheduled since the Amusement Expo. I have also now written two articles for InterFun this year and have gotten to know several of the Editors and Staff. I am awaiting news on the InterFun Expo and am certainly looking forward to attending in 2020 and perhaps having a 1-Day Foundations University program!!!
In this issue 2, InterFun looks at the ways that kids can learn through play, including the benefits of educational, hands-on attractions. Also included is a feature on booking systems, a showcase of the latest innovative indoor and outdoor play products on the market, and a spotlight on the trampoline park sector.
In the next issue, we investigate how snow and ice attractions, from ski resorts to indoor snow parks, attract visitors the year round.
Also included is a feature on the world of active entertainment, which includes discussions with providers of climbing walls, ziplines and ropes courses, as well as insights into the world of people movers like mini trains.
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