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Extreme Engineering Exhibits for the 18th Year at the World’s Largest Amusement Show with New Zip Line Technology

Sep 5 2013, 4:10pm CDT | by PR.com

Extreme Engineering brings new zip line technology to the amusement industry trade show.

Penryn, CA, September 05, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Extreme Engineering, the largest supplier in, Fly Wire™ zip lines, climbing walls, Extreme Airs™ and adventure products, will be exhibiting at IAAPA (...

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Extreme Engineering Exhibits for the 18th Year at the World’s Largest Amusement Show with New Zip Line Technology

Sep 5 2013, 4:10pm CDT | by PR.com

Extreme Engineering brings new zip line technology to the amusement industry trade show.

Penryn, CA, September 05, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Extreme Engineering, the largest supplier in, Fly Wire™ zip lines, climbing walls, Extreme Airs™ and adventure products, will be exhibiting at IAAPA (International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions) for the 18th year. Extreme Engineering is the only company to be awarded 7 consecutive industry awards by IAAPA. At this year’s trade show Extreme Engineering will be showcasing the latest zip line models with the latest in zip line innovation. Extreme Engineering has also been asked to present during the IAAPA conference on zip line technology and safety. “I feel very honored that IAAPA has chosen us to speak on behalf of zip line technology and safety…this is going to be a very hot topic at the show,” states Jeff Wilson, CEO of Extreme Engineering.

The IAAPA trade show is one of the largest of its kind and is the premier show for the amusement industry. “With over 1,000 exhibitors worldwide, 25,000 attendees and a million square feet in exhibit space, this is going to be an amazing trade show,” explains Philip Wilson, V.P. of Marketing with Extreme Engineering. “2013 has proven to have zip line fever. From stationary to mobile to even high rope-courses the zip line trend is booming.” The IAAPA trade show will be located again at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando Florida during November 18th through November 22nd.

For more information on the zip line conference during IAAPA or the IAAPA trade show please visit www.extremeengineering.com or contact Philip Wilson, V.P. of Marketing at 916-663-1560 x 222.

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