WhiteWater is proud to be the supplier of choice at Nevada’s newest premiere waterpark, Wet ‘n’ Wild Las Vegas.
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The eagerly anticipated, $50 million, 41 acre waterpark featuring more than 25 waterslides and attractions held its grand opening on Memorial Day weekend to rave reviews from guests thrilled to experience North America’s first Family RattlerTM.
The RattlerTM joins other WhiteWater installations including the spine-tingling ConstrictorTM, a custom-themed AquaPlay RainFortressTM and a 17, 000-square-foot Family Waves capable of producing 3-foot-high waves.
WhiteWater also brings the fun to Wet ‘n’ Wild Las Vegas with a massive High Thrill waterslide complex, a Multi-Lane Mat Racer and an adrenaline pumping, spectacular Boomerango/SuperBowl complex.
“It’s all about delivering the WOW! experience”, said WhiteWater President & CEO, Geoff Chutter, “WhiteWater is proud to work with Village Roadshow on this and other projects worldwide to develop and create the most innovative, ORIGINAL and exciting sensations for guests of all ages and thrill preferences”. “Even the water has a great time on our attractions!”, Chutter playfully added.
WhiteWater brings the fun as The ORIGINAL Waterpark & Attractions Company in two splashy ways; the first is just that – being first. In 1980, WhiteWater dove in feet-first; growing from a successful waterpark operation into a thriving designer and manufacturer of waterpark attractions, we’ve been making waves ever since.
But ORIGINAL is also about being seriously fun and innovative! It’s about thinking outside-the-pool; taking time to play, creating the newest, coolest attractions; not being afraid to be different and to take risks; and most of all, supplying the most memorable, WOW-that-made-my-day experiences in the world!
Image: The individuals in the picture, from left to right, are: Rick Belhumeur, Takuya Ohki, Doug Heke, Tim Fisher, Ray Dubois