ICYMI: This week’s headlines

It if it’s Friday it must mean it’s time for a quick round-up of this week’s headlines.

AAE 2017: Alterface to unveil new dark ride

Alterface will launch a new small footprint, dark ride concept at this year’s Asian Attractions Expo in Singapore – Popcorn Revenge.

THEME PARKS: Thorpe Park terrifying young voters into action

Having already launched a promotion last month to encourage young voters along to the polls, Thorpe Park has unveiled its latest plan to get young Brits engaged in the forthcoming election – a series of terrifying, horror themed characters based on party leaders Corbyn, May and Farron,  created to add to its Ghost Train attraction – Derren Brown’s Ghost Train: Rise of The Demon.

SYSTEMS: Suzohapp recruits senior exec

Suzohapp has ended its search for a permanent head of its EMA Components division, appointing Wilbert Bieleman as president and MD.

THEME PARKS: Expansion for Efteling

Dutch theme park Efteling is marking its 65th anniversary with the opening of a new holiday village – Efteling Loonsche Land.

FACILITIES: Locker Network adds to sales team

The Locker Network has expanded its sales team with the addition of Rustin Wright as sales manager.

PAYMENT SYSTEMS: Embed heads South with Barberio roll-out

Embed continues to expand across the southern US with the installation of its cashless system at locations operated by Barberio Music Company (BMC).

THEME PARKS: Triotech launches latest Ninjago ride

Triotech has launched the latest of its Ninjago World rides at Legoland Windsor, following installations in Denmark, California, Florida, Malaysia, and German.



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