Theme Park, Amusement Park and Attractions Industry News

Dynamic Attractions and Chance Rides team-up

After signing a strategic alliance, Chance Rides and Dynamic Attractions presented a carousel horse to IAAPA to mark the Association’s centennial. L to r: Hao Wang and Cindy Emerick, Dynamic Attractions, Richard Chance, Chance Rides, Hal McEvoy, IAAPA, and Guy Nelson, Dynamic Attractions.

Dynamic Attractions and Chance Rides have announced a strategic alliance. Together they will provide the industry with innovative ride systems designed by Dynamic Attractions with manufacturing support provided by Chance Rides at its 20-acre ride manufacturing facility in Wichita, Kansas. The two companies’ alliance allows them to capitalise on Dynamic Attractions’ strengths in engineering and cutting-edge innovation while leveraging Chance Rides’ full in-house manufacturing capabilities.

“By working with the legendary Chance Rides, we’re able to offer theme parks faster build times while maintaining our high standards in build quality,” noted Guy Nelson, CEO, Dynamic Attractions. “The artistry of Chance’s fabricators is impressive; we’re delighted to be working with them on a number of our projects.”

Chance Rides has manufactured more than 5,000 amusement rides in its 57-year history. Their diverse product line of Coasters, Rides, and People Movers includes the famed C.P. Huntington Train, world-class carousels, and giant observation wheels.

“Dynamic Attractions continues to raise the bar for innovation,” states Dick Chance, CEO, Chance Rides. “The company is looking forward to having access to Dynamic Attractions’ 100 plus in-house engineers, many of whom have experience designing next generation ride systems. The company constantly wins innovation awards for a good reason; they can see the invisible and do the impossible.”

Together, Dynamic Attractions and Chance Rides will combine Dynamic’s forward-thinking innovation and Chance’s on-time and on-budget manufacturing. The synergies created by this alliance will give park designers new tools to work with, keep park owners within budget, and provide guests and ride enthusiasts with exciting new experiences

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