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Walltopia announces new equipment lease financing program

Special payment terms will help operators to recover and to meet demand in 2021

Walltopia financing program

Walltopia, a world leader in the climbing and adventure & leisure industries, has designed and introduced its new Equipment Lease Financing Program to support operators in their continued growth in 2021, with special payment terms.

2020 was a difficult year for climbing and active entertainment businesses, with the pandemic forcing many to close or to operate at a limited capacity. However, there is now much pent-up demand for entertainment as a result, and many are looking forward to a successful year as restrictions gradually ease.

Walltopia kids playing

Special payment terms

Walltopia’s new financing program offers special payment terms for clients signing a contract in 2021. It is now open for new agreements for both climbing and active entertainment products.

By entering the program, clients can defer up to 70% of their contract value for up to five years, with interest rates starting at 3%.* There are no origination or prepayment fees.

To find out more, visit the official page for the program here.

Walltopia rail

Last year, Walltopia announced that it had broken the world record for the biggest indoor ropes course for a second time with its creation at Play: CBUS in Ohio. This new course is home to 129 different obstacles, ten times the amount of obstacles at the previous record holder, Summit Ropes, also by Walltopia. The attraction is designed to be an inclusive space with something for everyone.

The company also recently designed, engineered, produced, assembled and route-set the tallest climbing wall in the world, which is 80 metres tall and travels up the side of CopenHill, a waste-to-energy plant in Copenhagen that features a unique urban recreation centre.

*Terms and conditions may range depending on the country of the applicant, the project size, their credibility, risk and financial profile. Collateral requirements for special payment terms may require one or more of the following: retention-of-title, registered security interests, ucc filings, fixed and floating charges, personal guarantees and others. An application does not guarantee approval.

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Charlotte Coates

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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