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At this year’s Euro Attractions Show (EAS), the World Waterpark Association (WWA) will celebrate its 37th year in business, and will also be announcing its annual symposium and trade show, which will take place in Las Vegas, Nevada, between 23-26 October 2018.

The World Waterpark Association (WWA) is a member-driven organisation that provides educational resources and networking opportunities both in-person and online to water leisure professionals, operators and developers across the globe.

Visit the World Waterpark Association at booth #1-321

This year’s EAS will return to the RAI exhibition centre in Amsterdam, and will take place between 25 and 27 September.

It is expected to attract more than an 12,000 professionals from across the leisure, tourism and entertainment industries in more than 100 countries, and will play host to the largest show floor in the event’s history, with more than 500 exhibitors across four halls.

In addition the conference will host an extensive education programme, with more than 80 hours of education sessions, and presentations from some of Europe’s leading operators on a number of key topics, including: industry trends, technology and innovation, safety and security standards, marketing and communications and entertainment.

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At this year’s Euro Attractions Show (EAS), the World Waterpark Association will celebrate its 37th year in business.

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