RapidShot Debuts at NARCE '2005 - CHICAGO
The 2005 North American Rink Conference & Expo
RapidShot Hockey Training System debuted at the North American Rink Conference and Expo in Chicago, May 16 to 19 with very favorable reviews.
Darren Pang, ESPN hockey commentator drew a crowd at the RapidShot display and was available for autographs and to talk about RapidShot’s ability to help a shooter get stronger, more accurate while reducing his/her reaction time.
Arena owner/managers from New York, North Carolina, Toronto, Hamilton, Minnesota, Maryland, South Carolina, Wisconsin, Ohio, Missouri and many other locations were impressed with how simple the patented technology was. They were able to visualize the revenue potential as well as the value of RapidShot in their facility.
Also, key architects were interested in RapidShot as they saw the revenue potential for their clients. They commented on how they could plan for a multilane installation for their clients building new arenas. The footprint for the lane is 33 feet long by 10 feet wide.
Several bookings were made in US rinks. It was the U.S. debut for the newly located RapidShot North America Inc.
Full production will begin on June 13, 2005 in Chesterland, Ohio.