Extreme Engineering Provides Space Center Houston with In Line Jumpers
Extreme Engineering provided Space Center Houston, the Official Visitor Center of NASA’s Johnson Space Center with two In Line Jumpers last week.
Newcastle, CA (PRWEB) February 14, 2011
The president of Extreme Engineering, Jeff Wilson, flew to Space Center Houston last week to provide training on their purchase of two new In Line Jumpers. Extreme Engineering’s In Line Jumpers were purchased by Space Center Houston to support new activities offered by the Education Department. The award winning In Line Jumper is another exciting product, like Extreme Engineering’s climbing walls and Cannonball Air Blasters, that are used for amusement and educational programs.
The staff fell in love with the exciting In Line Jumper, allowing participants to launch up to 24 feet in the air while doing flips! The optional foam boards allowed the participants to simulate snow or wake boarding tricks on the inflatable jumper pads. Extreme Engineering has provided Space Center Houston with climbing walls on previous projects. Visit Extreme Engineering’s Facebook or blog page for customer updates and new production information on the Cannonball Air Blasters.
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