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WhiteWater’s Constrictor spirals its way to success for Wet ‘n’ Wild Phoenix

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WhiteWater is proud to join forces with Wet ‘n’ Wild Phoenix, bringing another industry ‘first’ with the ConstrictorTM, to its already stellar line-up of waterpark attractions.

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Now open, the ConstrictorTM satisfies a ‘need for speed’ by taking riders through a series of spine-tingling spirals at speeds up to 18 mph / 29 kph!  It also features a visually striking, snake-skin like exterior and is equipped for one and two person inner-tubes, adding to the overall appeal of Wet ‘n’ Wild Phoenix’s newest attraction.

“At Wet ‘n’ Wild Phoenix, we’re thrilled to bring another ‘first’ to our waterpark. The Constrictor is an exciting addition to our current mix”, says Trevor Wilson, Director of Marketing for Village Roadshow Theme Parks, owners of the waterpark. “Being the first of its kind, we’re anticipating substantial increases in attendance, attracting thrill-seekers of all ages!”

Wet ‘n’ Wild Phoenix, in Arizona, USA, is known as a leader in innovative waterparks, launching other industry ‘firsts’, such as the first dueling Master Blasters®, the first Family BoomerangoTM in North America and now the world’s first ConstrictorTM – all designed, engineered, manufactured and installed by WhiteWater. 

About WhiteWater West, The Waterpark Company

Established in 1980, WhiteWater has over 450 employees and is a vertically integrated supplier of the most successful waterpark attractions in the world.  Specializing in waterslides, AquaPlayTM multi-level interactive play structures, wave-generating equipment and Prime Play soft modular play systems and family adventure parks, our award winning products and industry leading technology are at more than 4, 000 projects worldwide. Our depth of expertise includes park planning, engineering, manufacturing and installation. Markets include indoor and outdoor waterparks, hotels and resorts, amusement and theme parks, cruise ships, speciality markets and municipal aquatic facilities.

 

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