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Creative Works in search of European distribution partners

Creative Works Laser Arena theming

Creative Works, the theming company and attractions provider, has announced that it is looking to expand its reach into Europe.

Creative Works is pleased to announce that it is seeking new distribution partners for Europe, in order to reach a new market. The US-based company is in search of partners to distribute its range of popular products, including laser tag arenas, miniature golf courses, escape rooms, themed prop pieces and many others.

Creative Works has been in the industry for 22 years and is well-known for its much-played amusement attractions. It has decades of experience in designing, developing, manufacturing and servicing attractions around the world, and is now looking for trusted companies to assist with its growth into the European market.

Qualified companies sought

The company invites distributors with proven experience to apply by email. Candidates must have a strong track record in the industry, with the ability to install and support a wide range of attractions. Flexibility is also needed, in order to handle Creative Work’s fast-growing product catalogue.

Creative Works is a leading producer of immersive attractions. The company can help amusement businesses by providing cutting-edge and fun experiences that their customers can’t find at home.

A large range of attractions

One of its most recent projects is the installation of two new autonomous escape rooms at Crave Golf Club in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. This 18,500-square-foot mini family entertainment centre provides many attractions including mini-bowling and two candy-themed 19-hole mini-golf courses. Now guests can enjoy these self-guided, auto-resetting escape rooms. For the operators, they are easy to run and more efficient than the usual escape rooms.

Creative works also installed its turnkey Game Up Esports attraction at multiple GameWorks locations across the US earlier this year. This is a turnkey attraction which allows entertainment facilities to keep up with the trend for Esports and enables them to generate revenue through tournaments, parties and walk-in traffic.

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Charlotte Coates is Features Editor at Blooloop. She is from Brighton, UK and previously worked as a librarian. She has a strong interest in arts, culture and information and graduated from the University of Sussex with a degree in English Literature. Charlotte can usually be found either with her head in a book or planning her next travel adventure.

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