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.
Alterface will launch a new small footprint, dark ride concept at this year’s Asian Attractions Expo in Singapore – Popcorn Revenge.
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.
Suzohapp has ended its search for a permanent head of its EMA Components division, appointing Wilbert Bieleman as president and MD.
Dutch theme park Efteling is marking its 65th anniversary with the opening of a new holiday village – Efteling Loonsche Land.
The Locker Network has expanded its sales team with the addition of Rustin Wright as sales manager.
Embed continues to expand across the southern US with the installation of its cashless system at locations operated by Barberio Music Company (BMC).
Triotech has launched the latest of its Ninjago World rides at Legoland Windsor, following installations in Denmark, California, Florida, Malaysia, and German.