Mobaro’s director of parks and attractions, David Bromilow has been voted in as a new member of the AIMS International board of directors.
AIMS International is a non-profit association dedicated to improving amusement industry safety through leadership in education. The recent board meeting was held as part of its Safety Seminar in Galveston, Texas, from January 13 to 18. As well as daily classes, ride inspector tests, a Sunday night reception and silent auction, the event included a visit to Galveston Island’s Historic Pleasure Pier.
Bromilow says representing AIMS is a huge privilege as the organisation and the programmes it delivers are “at the very heart of education within our industry. I have been involved with AREA/AIMS on and off since 1984 as a student and then as an instructor, as I was at this recent conference.”
The first person to congratulate Bromilow on his appointment to the board was his long time friend, Dick Chance, the CEO of Chance Rides. This was made more meaningful as Richard’s father, Harold Chance, was one of the founding directors back in the early 1960s of what was known back then as AREA.
David Bromilow also serves as a volunteer chairman of the IAAPA EMEA safety committee and as part of the IAAPA global safety committee.
“I am very grateful to the board at Mobaro who allow me to serve as a volunteer across the industry working in promoting good practice and safety,” he says.