Extreme Engineering Attends the NSAA (National Ski Areas Association) Trade Show with Zip Lines

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Expanding the operational cycle is crucial for ski resorts. Having summer activities and using Extreme Engineering products, like zip lines and climbing walls, offer a fantastic ROI and an innovative, exciting way to promote resorts.

National Ski Areas Association celebrates their 50th Anniversary with over 5,000 attendees from the ski market.

Bringing Summer fun to ski resorts

Ski resorts, such as Heavenly, Keystone and Squaw Valley, are looking for ways to expand their operating season by having summer activities. Zip lines have become a very popular attraction for this market.

Extreme Engineering, the world leader in climbing walls, zip lines, jumper systems and adventure products exhibited at the National Ski Areas Association (NSAA) trade show with the Zippin Zone™ zip line on display. “Ski resorts, such as Heavenly, Keystone and Squaw Valley, are looking for ways to expand their operating season by having summer activities. Zip lines have become a very popular attraction for this market,” states Philip Wilson, Director of Marketing with Extreme Engineering.

With over 300 ski resorts nationwide, Extreme Engineering’s zip lines, climbing walls, Extreme Air™ jumper systems and other products are a perfect solution to ski resorts summer operations. “Expanding the operational cycle is crucial for ski resorts. Having summer activities and using Extreme Engineering products, like zip lines and climbing walls, offer a fantastic ROI and an innovative, exciting way to promote resorts,” states Ryan Lucia, Sales Manager with Extreme Engineering.

NSAA was in San Antonio and attracted over 5,000 attendees from the ski market. Extreme Engineering was one of many exhibitors offering products to the ski industry. “With the new Zippin Zone™ zip lines the show was a sure success. I already have several large ski resorts ready to have zip lines at their facilities this summer,” stated Lucia.

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