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The Producers Group Unveils Patent-Pending ‘Potential Pitfall Prevention Plan’


International theme park production company, The Producers Group (TPG), has revealed its Potential Pitfall Prevention Plan to help guide clients safely through each of the ’11 different phases of developing a themed entertainment project’.

The company will be highlighting each stage of the plan in their newsletter over the coming months to ensure ‘the seamless transition from turning a “blue sky” concept into an award winning guest experience.’ This month, they walk through the first three stages: The Owner/Developer’s Program, Preliminary Concept Design and Final Concept Design. Sign up to the newsletter.

The Producers Group, proud sponsor of the WWA and IAAPA, is looking forward to the opening of the hotly-anticipated Cobra’s Curse at Busch Gardens in Tampa, Florida. The attraction is being billed as a ‘one-of-a-kind family Spin Coaster’ that ‘puts guests in the middle of a mysterious Egyptian archaeological excavation.’ Cobra’s Curse is slated to open in 2016.

TPG will be at the IAAPA ATTRACTIONS EXPO 2015 at the Orange County Convention Centre, Orlando, Florida from November17-25. To schedule a meeting time with Founders/Co-CEOs Bob Chambers and/or Edward Marks, click here.

Rendering kind courtesy of Busch Gardens Tampa

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