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Safety Tips for Using Amusement Park Rides

Tuesday, April 24th, 2012 | Permalink

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Your children ask if they can go on this really cool ride – a rollercoaster that whips you around at a very fast speed. Sure! you say. Your kids have to be “this tall,” the sign says. No problem. You’re all seated, then the motor starts and the ride begins. Up, up, and turn to the left… You begin to feel the rush of excitement – all the way down to your stomach. Everyone screams as the ride descends to the next dip in the tracks. Around you go, you’re pushed into the person sitting next to you…forced to lean to the right. People scream again, including you. The track levels off, but something doesn’t seem right. People are still screaming.

What’s going on? Your first thought is of your family, your children. You look for your kids – they’re crying. The ride comes to a stop at the gate. You step off and run toward the seats where your kids are sitting, and your heart sinks. On one turn during the ride, a child had got pushed up too far, and the lap belt didn’t protect him as it was designed to. The color red was everywhere. Your children reach for you, and you give them the tightest hug ever imagined. Your family was spared from harms way, but not from the impact this tragic accident has made on their lives…it’s something you will never, ever forget.

Accidents on amusement park rides have doubled in the past few years, and they continue to happen, way too often with devastating consequences.

According to data obtained from the CPSC (emergency room), New Jersey State, and the Anaheim Fire Department, young children are most injured on amusement park rides. But the actual number of injuries may be highly underestimated. “Injury rates may be under-reported”, said Congressman Markey (D-Mass) at a Congressional hearing in May, 2000. Why are there so many accidents? Why aren’t there stricter guidelines for checking amusement park rides? Doesn’t your family deserve to know that the ride they entrust their lives with, will keep them safe?

For one reason or another, accident data for large theme parks isn’t easy to secure. California’s one-year-old law has yet to take effect, and Florida’s theme parks, which account for 20% of all US amusement park business, are exempt from state regulatory laws. Why aren’t we allowed to know the actual number of injuries that have occurred on all amusement park rides? As responsible people, shouldn’t we be able to make an informed decision about something that involves something as precious as our lives? Are we as safe as we think we are? Unfortunately, we’re not. If there were programs in place to help make sure all rides were well-maintained, we’d be better off.

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If you follow these safety tips, you will help minimize your risk of injury due to carelessness:

General Safety Tips

  • Read posted rules carefully.
  • Keep all body parts (hands, arms, legs, long hair, etc.) inside ride at all times. Don’t be misled by amusement park advertisements that show riders happily violating this safety rule. Riders are hurt every year because they wave their hands or legs at the wrong moment. This kind of “do as we say, not as we do” approach to safety is particularly dangerous for young children, who learn by imitating and who cannot read the signs warning riders to keep hands, arms, and feet inside the car.
  • Always use the safety equipment provided (seat belt, shoulder harness, lap bar, chain, etc.).
  • Hold onto handrails, when provided. They’re part of the safety equipment, designed to keep you safely in place.
  • Remain in the ride until it comes to a final stop at the unloading point. If a ride stops temporarily, due to a breakdown or other reason, stay seated and wait for the ride to start up again or for an operator to give you further instructions.
  • Stop riding before you get excessively tired, to avoid accidents.
  • Never ride while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
  • Don’t board a ride if you see obviously broken parts, signs of poor maintenance, or an inattentive operator. While most parks and carnivals pay close attention to ride safety, there are unfortunate exceptions – just as in any industry. Follow your instincts. If something about a ride seems out of whack, don’t ride it.

Safety Tips for Parents of Young Children

  • Be a cautious consumer when it comes to kiddie rides.
  • Amusement rides are no different than any other kind of product targeted at children. They offer benefits and risks. Use the same good judgement when picking amusement rides that you do when deciding which foods or TV shows or toys are safe for your kids. Just because an amusement park says it’s okay with them if your toddler rides alone on a kiddie train, that doesn’t mean he won’t fall off and hurt himself.
  • Don’t put children on rides they’re afraid of.
  • When a child gets scared, her first impulse is to get away from whatever frightened her. When preschoolers are asked what they should do if they get scared while a ride is moving, their universal answer is, “get off the ride”. Children are hurt every year doing exactly that.
  • Watch the ride with your child before boarding.
  • Read warning signs aloud.
  • Point out the operator and the loading/unloading locations.
  • Explain that rides sometimes stop temporarily, but that riders must never get off until the operator tells them to.
  • Talk about what to do if your child gets frightened while the ride is moving. Tell her NOT to get out of the car. Explain that amusement rides might seem scary, but they’re not dangerous as long as riders hold on tight, stay seated, and keep their hands and feet inside.
  • Tell children to hold on tightly with both hands. Solid metal lap bars and handholds are part of the safety equipment. Teach your children to use them. Many kids raised in the era of five-point car seat restraint systems don’t know that holding on is important.
  • Always use the safety equipment provided, but be aware of its limitations.
  • Ride manufacturers provide seatbelts, lap bars, and other safety equipment to reduce the risk of injury. However, many safety devices used on children’s amusement rides aren’t designed to keep young children in their seats.
  • Lap bars on Ferris Wheels and lap ropes on kiddie trains aren’t considered restraints at all. They’re designed as “psychological barriers”, an incentive to stay seated. Unfortunately parents understand psychology better than kids, so Mom sees a “restraint” and her clever child sees “a piece of metal to climb under”.
  • Solid metal lap bars only fit closely against the largest passenger in the car, often leaving young children with room to slide around. If a lap bar doesn’t fit closely, a fast-moving ride can cause a child to slip completely out from underneath the bar. Loose-fitting lap bars also allow young children to stand up on their own while a ride is moving.
  • Remember, there are no mandatory federal standards for the design of amusement rides. Amusement rides are neither childproof nor childsafe. Use good judgement when deciding whether your kids should ride.
  • Obey minimum height, age, and weight restrictions.
  • Never sneak children onto rides they’re too small or too young for. Ride manufacturers’ restrictions take into account the forces exerted by the ride and the intellectual maturity required to ride safely. A smaller/younger child may not be physically or developmentally able to stay safely seated.
  • Use the posted height and age limits as suggestions, not pass/fail criteria. Manufacturers base their guidelines on developmental timelines and height/weight ratios of children in the 50th percentile. Kids who are tall for their age may not be developmentally ready for a particular ride. Kids who are more impulsive than average need closer parental supervision.
  • Don’t put your child on a ride he’s outgrown. Maximum height and weight limits are just as important as minimum limits.
  • If you can’t count on your child to stay seated with hands and feet inside, don’t let him or her ride.
  • Watch all extremitites – including feet if the ride has open sides.
  • Excited children often stick hands, arms, feet or even their heads out the sides of amusement rides. Load children to the inside, if possible, or out the side closest to the ride operator.
  • Pay special attention as the ride slows to a stop. Children who are in a rush to be the first one off, or in a hurry to get to the next ride, may try to exit while the ride is still moving.

Use your best judgement

Park visitors may have no control over amusement park ride accidents due to mechanical reasons, but we do have control over which ones we allow our families to ride. Read through the above safety tips, and learn how you can help keep your family safe. Make an informed choice — if you see a ride that does not look safe, use your best judgement and just say no. The lives of your family are too precious to risk for even one day of fun.

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How to Buy Amusement Park Rides

Tuesday, April 10th, 2012 | Permalink

by Suzanne Burns | eHow.com

Used amusement park rides can be purchased through several online businesses. This is a major purchase with an uncertain return because the rides are used, possibly in varying states of disrepair, and an extreme liability if you operate the ride and an injury occurs.

Considerations

Purchasing an amusement park ride is best left to a serious collector who intends to display the ride as a museum piece. Then there is no risk of injury involved in operating or riding the ride. As of August 2010, cheaper rides start at around $50,000 to purchase. The price rises for large rides and carousels, which are more popular with collectors.

Inspection

Have any ride you are buying inspected and installed by a ride inspection specialist. Businesses that sell rides can put you in contact with legitimate inspectors. You will need training and a permit if you do decide to operate the ride.

Investment

Most amusement park ride dealers require a 10 percent to 20 percent down payment on the purchase of a ride. Inspections will vary in cost depending on the type of ride purchased. You can sometimes work with the seller to negotiate shipping fees, as the cost to ship an amusement park ride can be exorbitant.

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Amusement Ride Safety Considerations – The Manufacturer Manual

Wednesday, October 19th, 2011 | Permalink

by Joel Block | ezinearticles.com

It is the responsibility of every hirer, operator or attendant to familiarize themselves with the Ride Operation Manual before they undertake the operation of any amusement ride.

Ride Operation Manuals are the key to the safe operation of amusement rides and include daily checklists, logs, emergency instructions, lock-out procedures, hand signals, operator safety and other specific operating instructions. In addition, information regarding boarding and disembarking of passengers, checking of passenger restraint systems and ride operation are also included. It is extremely important that hirers, operators or attendants are completely familiar with all aspects of the ride that they are operating.

Just as airplane pilots are required to go through a pre-flight procedure, amusement ride hirers, operators or attendants have a specific Safety Checklist that they must complete and sign every day before admitting the public to the ride. Since this checklist is a legal document and can be used as evidence in case of a claim, it must be signed and dated properly in ink. The person who performed the action is the person whose signature should appear on the checklist. The shift supervisor will review and sign the checklist also. Any problems and concerns that arise during the pre-opening check completion must be corrected before the ride opens to the public.

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In addition to the Safety Checklist, amusement ride hirers, operators or attendants should maintain a daily Log to keep a record of the ride’s operational history. It is especially important to keep a record of any unusual occurrences regarding the ride’s operation. When there is an unusual occurrence, the amusement ride hirers, operators or attendants should stop the ride using the emergency shut-down procedures and notify the relevant people and authorities. They should also make a notation of the stoppage and its cause in the Log.

The hirer, operator or attendant is in charge of all the controls that operate the ride. The ride’s Start, Stop and Emergency Stop buttons are all controlled by the hirer, operator or attendant. Some rides require the hirer, operator or attendant to constantly keep a foot or a hand on a special switch while the ride is operating in order to keep it running.

Important!! This control must never disabled for any reason.

Hirers, operators or attendants must remain at their posts until they are certain that the ride has come to a complete stop before boarding and/or disembarking passengers. It is essential to remind passengers that they must remain in place and strapped in until the ride stops completely.

When a ride requires the presence of more than one hirer, operator or attendant, one of them must constantly remain at the controls while the ride is in motion, and should never leave the controls without ascertaining that the ride has been reasonably secured against unauthorized operation. In case of an emergency, the hirer/operator/attendant will shut the ride down according to the emergency shutdown procedures.

Hirers, operators or attendants should never remove or attempt to remove sick or injured passengers from a ride that it still in motion. They should never leave the controls until the ride has come to a complete stop.

There are also important considerations to be taken into account when boarding and disembarking passengers:

  • Before boarding a ride, the passengers must adhere to the ride restrictions as posted and the hirers, operators or attendants must enforce all posted restrictions
  • It is necessary to ensure that certain types of rides are balanced when boarding passengers. Therefore, the hirers, operators or attendants must have the passengers fill up cars opposite each other. When in doubt, hirers, operators or attendants should check with their supervisor or the ride manual that this is the case for the ride they are operating.

It is important to ascertain that the passengers:

  • Remain seated until the ride stops completely
  • Keep their hands and feet inside the ride, especially while the ride is moving
  • Grasp hand holds and lap bars while the ride is in motion
  • Observe the No Smoking rules while on the ride, whether it is moving or not

It is important that the passengers completely understand the rules, and what is expected of them while they are on the ride. Therefore, if the ride is equipped with a loudspeaker, hirers, operators or attendants should use it to announce the rules periodically so that passengers will hear them and become familiar with them while they are waiting their turn to board the ride. If necessary, the hirers, operators or attendants should read from a prepared text to maintain the announcement’s clarity.

Obviously, this is not a comprehensive list of all amusement ride safety regulations. However, if hirers, operators or attendants and passengers all follow these rules and cooperate with each other, everyone will safely enjoy their time at the amusement park. Note these rules apply to both new and used amusement park rides.

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Advanced Technology: Next Generation Laser Tag … just like computer games … taking the world by Storm

Monday, June 20th, 2011 | Permalink

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(Free-Press-Release.com) October 23, 2010 —
Laser Tag is changing the face of the entertainment business. Delta Strike, a New Zealand based company, is the world’s no. 1 supplier of quality and innovative laser tag systems and equipment. For those thinking of setting up a successful family entertainment centre, theme park or laser tag business and staying

ahead of the competition today can be challenging. Consumers are getting more and more demanding, expecting to be ‘thrilled’ with continuously new experiences. However, there are some

very profitable Laser tag businesses emerging, who are winning over the laser tag market simply because they decided to start playing a different game: that of next generation laser tag … a new

laser tag experience that is taking the world by storm.

Why? Because it is addictive … Just like computer games, players want to play again and again – accumulating more points and ‘shooting’ their way up the scoreboard.
So what makes this latest laser tag experience so different? The laser tag industry leader in technology innovation, Delta Strike, explains.

This laser tag system was developed after gathering extensive information and rigorous testing. Deltastrike.net laser tag equipment contains features that makes the ‘first person shooter’

computer games so addictive, but have never been seen before in the laser tag industry. These features include:

• The ability to earn game points during the laser tag game, have a shield or ‘health’ and collect multiple weapons or tools, just like in computer games.
• A graphic LCD Head Up Display on the laser tag gun that can display your player name, weapons available, shield level, your score, name of the player you just tagged, real time game message etc.
• An advanced space-age laser tag gun containing 4 action buttons plus a trigger for excellent game control and making the laser tag experience more ‘real’.

• Unrivalled laser tag membership functionality includes points ladder, multi-centre membership, membership access from home etc.
• In addition, the laser tag gun that can be used indoors or outdoors with a shooting range of 30 meters – in bright sunlight.

And to ensure players keep coming back, Delta Strike is currently working on adding even more features to their laser tag gun, which will be released later in the year. Despite offering so much

functionality, the winning factor for many customers is that the system is still so easy to use:

Grant Richardson of Strike Entertainment says, “My four year daughter can play! The very young kids just run round tagging each other furiously and the older kids get more into the strategy.

People take on as much as they have the ability to use. ”

But that’s not all … Delta Strike has also developed a new set of laser tag arena components that makes players feel they are actually inside a computer game. How is this possible? They can

now make your laser tag arena props, that normally just ‘stand’ there come alive and actually interact with the players.

Players can shoot it and it can shoot players, it can dispense weapons or points and it interacts “intelligently”, producing audio and visual responses, which are part of the game itself. IT’S

ALIVE!

Needless to say, Delta Strike customers are impressed.

As Star Tracks General Manager, Chuck Starrit puts it: “Personally I feel the Delta Strike system is like stepping into a realistic arcade game, the customers absolutely love it.”

So in summary, what is the key to laser tag success and profit? Invest in a laser tag system that promises to surprise and challenge players during the years to come getting them ‘addicted’ so

they keep coming back to play again and again.

Plus, find out what has worked for other successful laser tag operators. One useful source of information is the laser tag academy

(http://www.deltastrike.net/laser-tag-academy.html), which provides independent laser tag information and useful tips which could provide the key to setting up and running a successful laser tag

business … so don’t delay, start researching now and get ready to become the most successful laser tag business around.

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Toy Laser Tag – Great Game

Monday, June 20th, 2011 | Permalink

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I remember when I would be a youngster. That was long ago, nonetheless it was in Great britain and our absolute favorite game was cowboys and Indians. We utilized to play in an location that many of us referred to as timber. Then there was the best woods as well as little woods and they were fantastic natural wooded common grounds where we might play undisturbed for hours on end.

All of these places were a youngsters heaven with plenty of big timber just begging being climbed and many hiding places so we could tackle the other young children within our games of cowboys and Indians. Just like on TV, my favorite then was ‘The Lone Ranger”. Our firearms were a piece of wood and our games were lots of imagination and much much more enjoyment. I have a little scar in my small knee when I crawled with a part of glass stalking some pesky indians. An extremely little setback for that noble task accessible.

Then when my kids emerged there initially were real looking pistols out there, six pistols that fired caps along with guns that fired corks and rubber bands. You could get guns that fires little darts and little balls and many types of combination’s. I assume young children will almost always be intrigued by firearms. My husband and I bought our 14 year old his first .22 firearm for his celebration and then he accustomed to kill bunnies from his own bedroom window.

Containing all influenced now as pistols are actually banned following your last massacre. That is OK because someone invented the laser rifle and parks opened up where one can go and possess virtual wars with one of these toy laser firearms. I’d a trial once with many young children and also got raised quite bad. Despite the fact that I have to level of comfort was exhilarating we genuinely loved it. Not surprisingly all of the large players now take over their skirmish games where they could wind up in a true battle and blast each other with paint weapons.

But at long last they’ve already made the toy laser tag rifle designed for children at home. Exactly what a good plan. Young children really love this brand new innovation in the same way they have always liked pistols and gun activities. These materials now shoot lasers with audio and recoil and register strikes and therefore are really realistic and allow the kids an excellent quantity skill into their aiming and firing. The toy laser tag systems now allow you to include a component so you can plug into your Television set and continue your laser enjoyment. Scalping strategies are so great there could be some serious rivalry from Dad attempting to play to. Almost always there is the opportunity to get additional pistols and add to your army and go on playing.

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Laser Tag Introduced to East Texas

Monday, June 20th, 2011 | Permalink

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Longview, Texas, USA – Today, Mark and Susan Watson of Longview brings laser tag to East Texas. 20 people at a time can now play the exciting game of laser tag at their new Lazer X – Longview center. Featuring equipment and theming from Intersphere LaserGames, their new center gives citizens of East Texas a fun place to enjoy their parties, video games, and laser tag.

“We are very supportive of Mark and Susan,” said Todd Ferson, CEO of Intersphere. “These entrepreneurs have done a great job of building a center that delivers high-quality entertainment.”

The Watson’s new laser tag center offers parties for offices, birthdays, groups, and families. “I am excited to be bringing this interactive entertainment venture to the Longview area,” Mark Watson said. “It’s a great way for families to get together, to play, and have fun.” Commenting on the LaZerware™ system, Mark said that “The real-time scoring system keeps up-to-the-second ranking for each individual.”

The large, 6,000 square feet, arena features such special effects as motion-detecting mines, complex puzzles, and interactive robots. “All this with Lazer-X’s adrenaline-surging music guarantees players an intense thrill,” Mark said. “The whole idea behind Lazer-X is to play, pretend, and have fun.”

Many people have already turned out to enjoy the excitement, pizza, and beverages that are served in glow-in-the-dark cups. Susan Watson reports that “It’s been exciting. We’ve had lots of people who’ve had lots of fun.”

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Sports Complex adds Laser Tag

Monday, June 20th, 2011 | Permalink

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Mooresville, IN – June 14, 2010
The owner of the Williamsburg Sports Complex, Keith Exton, approached Creative Works to design and build a
themed laser tag environment for their existing facility that would blend well with their other activities offered. The
complex opened its doors back in 2000 with one goal. They wanted a place where sports, recreation and fun could take
place all under one roof. With its unique state-of-the-art 77,000 square foot indoor facility, the complex is home to two
multi-sport indoor fields, a fully equipped fitness center, a first class gymnastics and cheer center and other activities.
Recently and after researching their options, they decided that adding a laser tag attraction would offer them the
largest revenue potential compared to other attractions which could fit in the same space. They had originally been
approached by a vendor who offered to provide them with a laser tag equipment and environment on a revenue-sharing
basis; however, after reviewing the offer and realizing how important it was that the attraction be successful, they decided
to provide a bigger WOW to their guests.
Creative Works first spoke with Keith to learn more about his facility and listen to any concerns about the laser tag
attraction being added to their center. We helped to explain the various themes we had available for laser tag and
assisted them in selecting one that met both goals of being eye-catching and immersive while at the same time costeffective for their budget. After carefully considering their options they chose to install our Space Quest laser tag them and add in our 14 foot high Energy Pulse Generator prop and our Enhanced Airbrushing package to round out the theme.

Next we reviewed the floor plans for their entertainment center and the space where the laser tag attraction was
to be dedicated. Our designers created a series of pre-architectural drawings that outlined the final room size for the
attraction area, indicated the quantity and location of black light fixtures and power receptacles needed, and displayed the
proposed arena maze layout including the wall barriers, base targets, and prop locations. This helped Keith to actually
visualize how the attraction would be placed into the area and to help him prepare the space for our arrival.
After the installation of their new Space Quest themed laser tag attraction was completed, they have had nothing
but great comments. “The Theme Team at Creative Works did a fantastic job and we are glad we chose their package
above all others. It has been a great addition to our facility,” said Keith.

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Northern Kentucky Youth Foundation Hosts Laser Tag Fundraiser

Monday, June 20th, 2011 | Permalink

NEWPORT, KY, March 03, 2010 /24-7PressRelease/ — Newly founded Northern Kentucky Youth Foundation announces its first major fundraiser, one that promises fun for the entire family. On March 14, the Lazer Kraze in Erlanger, who is a sponsor of the NKY Youth Foundation, will be hosting three hours of unlimited laser fun with 100 percent of the profits benefiting the foundation.

“As an organization dedicated to the community’s youth and families, we couldn’t think of a better family oriented fundraiser than an event at Lazer Kraze,” Northern Kentucky Youth Foundation president Ryan Courtade said. “All proceeds from this evening of fun will be invested back in the community through
the Northern Kentucky Youth Foundation’s after school and summer programs.”

The Northern Kentucky Youth Foundation benefit at Lazer Kraze will be held Sunday, March 14 from 6 to 9 p.m. There are 117 tickets available which can be purchased in advance by emailing info@nkyyouth.org, or by calling (859) 795-1506. The cost is $15 per person. Lazer Kraze is located at 1335 Donaldson in Erlanger, Kentucky.

The NKY Youth Foundation is now accepting donations and business sponsors. More information about the Northern Kentucky Youth Foundation can be accessed at: http://www.nkyyouth.org.

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The top Laser Tag Device & Laser Tag Toys On the market

Monday, June 20th, 2011 | Permalink

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If your searching for a interesting sport you can play and enjoy with friends, then laser tag is the perfect choice. You’ll be able to select exactly how extreme you would like the adventure to be before you begin and how competitive you desire that it is. Many play just for the exercise and fun.  But if your trying to find a fun sport activity that you can play and luxuriate in with close friends, then laser tag is a wonderful selection.

You are able to choose how aggressive you wish the overall game for being before starting and the way cut-throat you want it to be. Many people play only for the physical exercise and enjoyment, while others use on groups and therefore are competitive on the maximum. Regardless of the level you intend to play at you will not be disappointed of course, if your like many people, you should purchase a good laser tag battle system that includes a least a fair quality set of guns for your own use.

To try out laser tag correctly, you might want a significant high quality laser tag system and good accessories. Few things are more frustrating than cheap laser tag equipment it does not work right half the time. Such as everything, its not all devices are created in the same way. You want well built laser guns with durable devices that caithstand some abuse yet still sustain well. The chief object of indoor or outdoor laser tag would be to strike as numerous targets as you can. There are numerous activities that are possible to play and get innovative and produce own games.

The experience of laser tag has all the features of alot of sporting activities, and without the many contact sport situations that induce accidental injuries. Each player gets some good exercise, it’s important to think and plan and discover how to band together as a team. It takes a combination of physical and mental control that’s great exercise and also hardwearing head sharp. Plus it offers you to be able to compete to get better at being competitive. An excellent benefit is its merely enjoyment. Laser tag is an excellent activity for some most occasions, such as any type of party and other special attractions. You can find all the family taking part. Even grandfather and grandmother would probably adore to sign on.

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Guide to Writing a Laser Tag Business Plan Now Available.

Monday, June 20th, 2011 | Permalink

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es, Iowa, USA -Laser tag entrepreneurs now have a new kind of help available as they plan their own new businesses. Available now from Intersphere Laser Games is a new approach to business plan guides. The Business Plan Development Kit from Intersphere is a turnkey system that includes:
Text and layout for a high-quality plan, with explanations.

Spreadsheets for assumptions, sales forecasts, and detailed financial projections.

Presentation slides to help explain the new business to investors and bankers.
“Too many planning guides just describe what should be in a plan,” explained Todd Ferson, CEO of Intersphere, “We go the extra mile for our partners by not only describing a plan, we give them a plan that they can custom-fit to meet their needs.”

Intersphere’s new Business Plan Development Kit is designed to help entrepreneurs develop a plan that will win support from family, investors, and bankers. “A business plan is a sales tool for entrepreneurs,” according to Mr. Ferson. “The better the plan, the more likely the entrepreneur will actually start a new business.”

Mr. Ferson explained that most successful entrepreneurs are action oriented, not planning oriented. “Our customers say that all they need is a good example to work from so they can organize their resources to get the job done,” he continued, “So we engaged the services of a business plan expert to give customers what they need.” The plan expert is also made available by Intersphere to customers to help them custom-fit their plans.

The new Business Plan Development Kit is the latest in planning help available to entrepreneurs from Intersphere. The leading supplier of top-quality lasergame equipment and services recently introduced Laser Tag Planning Guide. The new Planning Guide simplifies the launching of a laser tag center by describing each of the easy steps.

“Our Laser Tag Planning Guide has been very well received,” Mr. Ferson said, “numerous entrepreneurs have now read the illustrated document. Their comments have been very favorable. ‘It almost looks too easy,’ one customer told us about the simple planning steps for a laser tag center.”

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