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February 27, 2002

Wet 'n Wild Introducing Child Locating Device To Visitors

Article written by:
Eric Gieszl, Editor

Orlando, FL – Wet 'n Wild announced that it provide its guests a state-of-the-art child locating system to park guests this spring at its Orlando waterpark.

The new monitoring devide designed by SafeTzone Technologies based in Laguna Hills, California is the size of a watch and worn on the wrist of each family or group member.

Using this state-of-the-art technology, parents can quickly locate their child on an electronic map of the park, by simply scanning the device at one of the SafeTzone LocationStations that will be installed at the park. SafeTzone empowers parents to immediately locate their children's whereabouts.

"More than a million guests cross our threshold each year and our park sprawls over 20 acres of land," stated Pat Finnegan, director of operations for Wet 'n Wild Orlando. "This makes it a challenge for families and groups to always stay together. The SafeTzone technology will bring added peace-of-mind to the families that visit us."

"We are thrilled to be working with Wet 'n Wild Orlando," said Timothy W. Giraldin, CEO of SafeTzone. "Like SafeTzone, Wet 'n Wild is committed to enhancing the experience of its guests. If you have ever lost a child in a busy place such as an amusement park or other family destination, then you understand the value of a tool like the SafeTzone system."

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LocationStations™ is a trademark of SafeTzone.