The Alliance Collaborative is offering 20 grants for inspection services to COVID-19-impacted, U.S.-based non-profit organizations—and possibly to others that make a significant contribution to their local communities—that offer challenge course programming.
Author Rick Kahl
IAAPA has released “COVID-19 Reopening Guidance,” a “first edition” guide on reopening for the global attractions industry amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Your customers have been bombarded with messages from all manner of businesses. So how do you stand out in a way that breaks through and earns engagement?
That’s a question operators with business interruption coverage were asking the industry’s insurers in early and mid-March: does my policy cover losses due to closure or lost business due to COVID-19?
More than 1,100 members of the challenge course and adventure park industry gathered in Raleigh, N.C., for the 30th Annual Association for Challenge Course Technology (ACCT) Conference, Feb. 5-9.
The Association for Challenge Course Technology (ACCT) has published “Life Safety Equipment Systems Used for Operating a Course.” The White Paper describes some of the complexities of equipment choices for working in the challenge course and canopy/zip line tour industry
The Alliance Collaborative, a new nonprofit launched Feb. 3, 2020, intends to revolutionize the challenge course industry by helping members streamline business operations, develop shared resources, and leverage buying power that will bring cost savings and better efficiencies.
Construction is underway at Mt. Washington Alpine Resort on Vancouver Island, B.C., on a $3.5 million, 7,589-foot-long ZipTour by Terra Nova.
TreeRush Adventures at Fontenelle Forest in Bellevue, Neb., celebrated its grand opening July 31.