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WhiteWater’s Fusion AquaSphere + Constrictor Waterslide Debuts at Typhoon Texas

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WhiteWater, leading provider of waterpark attractions, has created North America’s first fusion AquaSphere + Constrictor waterslide for Typhoon Texas.

The brand new 25-acre waterpark also features a 25, 000ft² wave pool, a snaking lazy river, play structures and a raft of thrill-slides, all developed in partnership with WhiteWater.

The Fusion AquaSphere + Constrictor is equipped with six-person rafts allowing the whole family to brave the experience together.

“When you’re inside the Fusion AquaSphere + Constrictor, which we’re calling ‘The Typhoon’, it's absolutely amazing and so much wilder and enormous than you expect, ” reports Steve Mayer, Director of Marketing at Typhoon Texas.  “Once we turn the water on, this monster slide is going to do nothing but create screams and smiles on the faces of our guests here at Typhoon Texas.”

The wide range of water attractions on offer has been designed to pull in the crowds eager to cool off in the scorching summer heat.

WhiteWater's Fusion AquaSphere + Constrictor Waterslide Debuts at Typhoon Texas

Visitors will be in no doubt about which US state they’re in, thanks to the Texas flag emblazoned across the wall of WhiteWater's Boomerango – renamed the Texas Twister.

The waterpark is privately owned by Keith Dalton, Terry Hlavinka and Ray DeLaughter who are putting customer service at the top of their agenda by employing and training 900 staff for the season.

WhiteWater's Fusion AquaSphere + Constrictor Waterslide Debuts at Typhoon Texas

“Working with Keith, Terry and Ray has been inspiring as their dedication to the project can be seen through every step we take with them, ” added Scott Haycock, VP Business Development, WhiteWater. “They’re pushing the boundaries in delivering unique experiences to their guests matched by a passion to offer exceptional customer service. The result is going to be astounding.”

Typhoon Texas is scheduled to open this Memorial Day weekend.

Images kind courtesy WhiteWater

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