The recently rebranded RCI Adventure Products will unveil both its new brand identity and products at the upcoming IAAPA Expo 2019.
Previously known as Ropes Courses Incorporated, the newly rebranded RCI made the name change to reflect its product expansion. This allows it to move beyond a simple ‘ropes courses’ identity. As Jim Liggett, President and Founder of the company says, “The new name makes it clear that we offer more than just one product and it gives us the space we need to grow even more.”
A new name isn’t all that RCI has to offer. At the IAAPA show in Orlando this year they are also revealing two new innovative products: the Adventure Trail and the Destination Series.
Two exciting new products available
The Adventure Trail is the company’s first unharnessed netplay that has no weight or height requirement. This allows everyone the chance to climb the net ‘elevator’ and explore the interconnected bridges, towers and slides.
The Destination Series has 3 individual entertainment hubs that all have a different square footage and arrangement. There are 5 core attractions in each model: Sky Tykes, Adventure Trail netplay, a Sky Trail with lots of Sky Rails, and a Clip ‘n Climb climbing activity. These spaces were created for businesses who see a large foot traffic as well as a wide range of participants.
Jon Weston, chief sales officer for RCI says that “We are so proud to welcome both Adventure Trail and the Destination Series to our product family as they each offer aspects not previously available through us. These new additions further illustrate our evolvement as a company and we’re thrilled to be able to offer clients more expansive entertainment options.”
RCI will showcase their new products at the IAAPA Expo in Orlando from 19th-22nd November. As in previous years, a full-sized Sky Trail aerial attraction will be on display to try out. This year, they are adding a multi-activity Clip ‘n Climb ‘Delta’ to the attraction. Members from their sales team, as well as authorised distributors, can be found at booth #5730.
The company recently installed a Sky Trail and Clip ‘n Climb Walls at Space Entertainment Center in Hooksett, New Hampshire.