Center Stage Productions Exhibits Playspaces at IAAPA Attractions Expo


Center Stage Productions, an industry-leading children’s playspace design and manufacturing firm, exhibits soft play parks and theming at the IAAPA Attractions Expo for the first time November 18 – 21, 2014.

(Fair Lawn, NJ), October 3, 2014 – Center Stage Productions, a leading provider of soft play parks and theming for popular family-friendly destinations, has announced its plans to exhibit at the 2014 IAAPA Attractions Expo. Taking place in Orlando, FL from November 18 – 21, 2014, this is the first time Center Stage will be exhibiting at the IAAPA event. More than 27,000 industry leaders from the global attractions industry will be in attendance, exploring innovative products and services from 1,000 exhibitors.

Center Stage Productions will be unveiling its brand new exhibit booth, which highlights its Soft Play Parks and Theming division. The booth will be located in the First Time Exhibitors Pavilion in space #2882.

“Unveiling our new exhibit booth at the IAAPA Attractions Expo is exciting because it enables us to showcase our ingenious designs and exceptional craftsmanship in front of thousands of industry professionals,” commented Michael DeZaio, President of Center Stage Productions.

The display consists of two full-size soft play elements including an adorable yellow duck and a green frog sitting atop a lily pad. Trade show attendees are invited to see for themselves how Center Stage Productions’ play elements are soft, safe and fun for everyone.  These play pieces are situated in front of an eight-foot backdrop which features a photo collage and video montage of playspaces in action from public destinations nationwide.

Center Stage Productions has an in-house team of artists and artisans that create children’s soft play parks in any theme imaginable. Play equipment, signs, flooring and enclosures are all designed in a unified theme, giving little ones the ultimate experience.  The most common theme request is a regional motif that has meaningful significance, often including replicas of local icons.  Other popular themes include aquatic, nature friends and educational based playspaces. All of Center Stage products are designed and manufactured in the United States.

“By creating a signature themed play environment exclusive to your venue, you are ultimately differentiating your destination and strengthening your position in the marketplace,” said DeZaio.

Center Stage Productions puts several health and safety measures in place during the design, fabrication and installation process.  All play pieces have high-quality, super soft foam surfaces that are smooth and protective.  The size of each play piece is designed to the correct scale for children and the grab points are positioned where playing children would expect to find them.

The soft play pieces are installed atop specially engineered safety flooring. This flooring absorbs impact and exceeds ASTM’s standards for drop and fall ratings, ultimately helping to protect children and keeping them safe.   In addition, parents may take some comfort in knowing that Center Stage Productions’ play equipment is coated with naturally antimicrobial urethanes, which inhibit the growth of bacteria and other microorganisms.

Center Stage Productions soft play parks are enjoyed by many families at popular public destinations nationwide.

About Center Stage Productions

Center Stage Productions, based in Fair Lawn, NJ, custom creates a range of promotional environments including modular barricades, seasonal décor, festival lighting and children’s soft play areas for shopping centers, retailers, airports, amusement parks, museums, zoos and more. Center Stage Productions’ innovative designs have been created for hundreds of destinations across the United States and the world. In business for over 30 years, Center Stage Productions’ comprehensive services include design, planning, production, transportation, management and operations. For more information, please visit or contact Brenda Tietjen at

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