ProSlide welcomes new Director of Global Marketing, Chantal Theoret

ProSlide Technology Inc., an industry leader in water ride manufacturing and design, has appointed Chantal Theoret to the role of Director, Global Marketing.

ProSlide Technology Inc. is pleased to welcome a new face to the team as it continues to expand business worldwide. Chantal Theoret will take on the role of Director of Global Marketing, where she will lead the marketing team and support the company’s global goals. This new appointment builds on the company’s overall growth and success with international clients.

Theoret will be responsible for creating and implementing strategies that support ProSlide’s global objectives. She will also work to enhance overall brand development and messaging globally, as the company continues to grow internationally.

A wide range of experience

“Chantal is a strategic hire for us as we focus on the growth of our water ride innovations and customer success relationships globally,” says Ray Smegal, Chief Commercial Officer, ProSlide Technology Inc.

“She brings a wide range of marketing and communication experience and is a welcome addition to our senior team.  With our ever-expanding product lines and rapid growth, we will continue to add to our talent pool to ensure we consistently deliver on industry-leading value to our clients.”

ProSlide is a global leader in water ride design and manufacturing. It supplies high-performance water attractions to new and expanding water parks across the globe. The company has provided rides to the world’s top parks, including Disney, Six Flags, Premier Parks, SeaWorld, Universal, Parques Reunidos and more.

Earlier this year, ProSlide announced the debut of the Dueling RocketBLAST / FlyingSAUCER 20 hybrid water coaster at Splashway Water Park and Campground in Sheridan, Texas. This is the world’s first Dueling Water Coaster and hosts the most FlyingSAUCER features ever on a single water ride. Riders race through tight turns and compete with other riders to reach the finishing plunge first.