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Extreme Sports Zone presents physically distanced BrushBoarding attraction

BrushBoarding installation Extreme Sports Zone Ltd

Extreme Sports Zone Ltd., the creator of the interactive board sports attraction BrushBoarding, presents an ideal physically distanced attraction.

Extreme Sports Zone Ltd. is pleased to announce that its interactive BrushBoarding wave attraction is an ideal solution for operators seeking a physically distant offer for guests upon reopening. BrushBoarding is a fully-assembled, ready to go attraction which is easy to install in leisure facilities.

This unique turnkey fitness attraction allows attractions to offer a fun wave/surfing-like attraction with little effort. The BrushBoarding system can be installed in a variety of different locations and will make waves for different types of businesses, from amusement parks and leisure centres to FECs and more

Keeping a distance

BrushBoarding can be managed by just one member of staff, meaning the operating costs are low as well as keeping contact between guests and team members to a minimum. It can also be themed and creates a stir on social media, helping operators to spread the word.

BrushBoarding Extreme Sports Zone

The attraction only uses an average of 12Kw of power and is easy to install thanks to the fact that it runs on a readily available 415v power supply.

As guests continue to favour sharable experiences that encourage fitness and good mental health, the BrushBoarding attraction has wide appeal. It is suitable for all ages and is available with turnkey packages.

Extreme Sports Zone Ltd. also recently announced that it has developed a BrushBoarding Ramp for smaller venues. This can be carried through standard double doors and assembled in situ. The new compact design means that operators with smaller spaces or access issues still have the option to offer a fun and interactive experience to their guests.

Extreme Sports Zone Ltd. gave BrushBoarding its Australian debut at the Melbourne Fitness Show last year at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

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