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									                                                   Curriculum Vitae
William H. Avery
8394 Sandpoint Blvd.
Orlando, Florida 32819
407.354.1186 Fax 407.354.5295
bavery1@cfl.rr.com
www.expertsafety.com

Professional Profile
        Mr. Avery has an extensive background in the amusement and leisure
industry. His specialized career began in 1976 as the Safety Manager for Busch
Gardens in Tampa, Florida. He remained there until his promotion to corporate
headquarters of Anheuser Busch Companies, Inc., in St. Louis, Missouri. In this
position he assumed corporate safety responsibilities for the Busch Entertainment
Corporation and the Wholesale Operations Division. The Busch Entertainment
Corporation locations included: Busch Gardens Tampa, Florida; Busch Gardens
Williamsburg, Virginia; Adventure Island, a theme water park in Tampa, Florida;
Sesame Place, children participating play parks in Langhorne, Pennsylvania and
Irving, Texas, and Grant’s Farm, a public tour and zoological attraction in St. Louis,
Missouri.

        In 1986 Mr. Avery returned to Florida and joined SeaWorld Parks, Inc., a
division of Harcourt, Brace & Jovanovich (HBJ). Mr. Avery accepted a position as
Director of Risk Management. After nine months Mr. Avery was promoted to Vice
President of Safety, Security, Rides and General Maintenance for Boardwalk &
Baseball, Inc., a rides amusement park and home of the Kansas City Royals spring
training facility.

       In 1990 Mr. Avery decided to open his own business dedicated to
preserving the safety of the amusement and leisure industry. He initially called it
Systems Safety Management USA and continued to do so until 1998. In November
of 1998, Mr. Avery changed the name of the company to Avery Safety Consulting.
Since 1990 Mr. Avery has offered comprehensive safety, loss prevention and expert
witness services and has provided exceptional quality, integrity and expertise to
amusement industry professionals and attorneys around the world.
Professional Experience
Safety Consultant
1990-present      Avery Safety Consulting, Inc.                 Orlando, Florida

Providing amusement and leisure industry safety consulting and expert witness
services.

Vice President of Safety, Security, Rides & Maintenance
1986-1990          HBJ, Boardwalk & Baseball       Orlando, Florida

Responsibilities included but were not limited to: exposures concerning guest
safety, rides maintenance, general maintenance, security, first-aid, health services,
transportation, shows, theaters, stadiums, games, walkways, parking lots,
amusement rides and devices, crowd management safety planning and emergency
response; including rescue and evacuation, claims administration, security;
including protection of persons and property for a major league sports complex,
AAA baseball facility, multiple field complex, concerts, shows, dignitary visits, and
other special events. Additional responsibilities included the safety of all
employees.

Corporate Safety Specialist
1981-1986         Anheuser Busch Companies, Inc.                St. Louis, Missouri

Responsibilities included but were not limited to: Busch Entertainment Corporation
safety & health programs, procedures writing, policy making and loss control
surveys; these surveys were conducted on an as needed basis. Busch
Entertainment locations included: Busch Gardens, Tampa, Florida; Williamsburg,
Virginia; Adventure Island, Tampa, Florida; Sesame Place in Langhorne,
Pennsylvania and Irving, Texas; Grant’s Farm, St. Louis, Missouri, and the
Wholesale Operations Division located throughout the United States. Responsible
for system wide amusement park safety, including facility inspections of
amusement rides and devices, water rides, and children play equipment safety
reviews. Participated in new project development for structures and amusement
rides. Evaluated amusement rides & devices, water parks, family entertainment fun
centers, and go-kart operations throughout the United States. Monitored and
reviewed field locations safety programs to verify compliance with federal, state,
and local codes. Provided safety training, safety seminars, inspection services, and
additional specific requests.

Safety Manager
1976-1981            Busch Gardens                              Tampa, Florida

Responsibilities included but were not limited to: guest safety concerning mass
transit, shows, theaters, games, park grounds, walkways, parking lots, public
highways, amusement rides, amusement devices, crowd management safety
planning, emergency response and recovery; including first-aid, rescue,
evacuation, and claims administration. Position also included safety responsibility
for a major zoological operation and Adventure Island (a themed water park).
Adventure Island included the following attractions: wave pool, water flume rides,
slides, and other water related activities.

Military
1968-1972           United States Air Force                Tampa, Florida
Medic, Rank E-4 (Sergeant), Honorable Discharge – Medical Conditions, DAV.


Education
1977                University of South Florida        Tampa, Florida
Attended University of South Florida Industrial Technical Education program.

1974-1976            Hillsborough Community College           Tampa, Florida
Associate of Science Degree in Industrial Occupational Safety and Health.


Awards
   •   Recipient of the American Recreational Equipment Association’s (AREA) safety
       award for outstanding dedication to continuing safety in the amusement
       industry.
   •   Recipient of the National Safety Council Award of Merit for a safety program at
       Busch Gardens, Tampa, Florida, where employee’s worked over one million
       hours without a disabling injury.
   •   Recipient of the corporate citizen award from the National Society to Prevent
       Blindness for requiring the use of Plexiglas face shields on batting helmets for
       guests using baseball-batting cages.
   •   Recipient of the Telly Award for the dialogue of an employee safety training
       video for SeaWorld of Florida’s food and beverage department.


Certifications
   •   2003—Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) 10-Hour General
       Industry Certification.
   •   2002-present—Amusement Industry Manufacturers and Suppliers International
       (AIMS) Certified Operations Technician (Level II).
   •   2000-2001—Amusement Industry Manufacturers and Suppliers International
       (AIMS) Certified Operations Technician (Level I).
   •   1993-2001—State of Florida, certified to inspect amusement rides and devices,
       Florida annual inspector number: 0404-016.
  •   1995-present—National Association of Amusement Ride Safety Officials
      (NAARSO) Certified Amusement Ride Safety Inspector (Level I) NAARSO
      Certification number CN-311.
  •   State of New Mexico, certified to inspect amusement rides and devices.

Security Clearance
  •   1996—Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) security clearance for work access
      during the Olympic games held in Atlanta, Georgia


Affiliations
  •   2006-present—World Water Park Association.
  •   1999-present—International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions
      (IAAPA).
  •   1995-present—Committee Member, American Society for Testing and Materials
      (ASTM) F-24 on Amusement Rides and Devices (go-kart and inflatable
      standards sub-committee).
  •   1995-present—National Association of Amusement Ride Safety Officials
      (NAARSO).
  •   1980-1984—American Standards for Testing Material (ASTM F-24). Voting
      member of amusement rides and devices safety standards writing committee.
  •   1977-1990—American Society of Amusement Park Safety and Security
      Personnel.


Seminars and Industry Training
  •   2005 National Association of Amusement Ride Safety Officials (NAARSO)
      safety conference. Received 4.0 Continuing Education Units from Old
      Dominion University. Orlando, Florida.
  •   2003 Amusement Industry Manufacturer’s and Suppliers (AIMS) safety
      conference. Received 4.0 Continuing Education Units from Greenville
      Technical College. Orlando, Florida.
  •   2001 Amusement Industry Manufacturer’s and Suppliers (AIMS) safety
      conference. Received 4.0 Continuing Education Units from Greenville
      Technical College. League City, Texas.
  •   2000 Amusement Industry Manufacturer’s and Suppliers (AIMS) safety
      conference. Received 4.0 Continuing Education Units from Greenville
      Technical College. Wichita, Kansas.
  •   1998 Amusement Industry Manufacturer’s and Suppliers (AIMS) safety
      conference. Received 4.0 Continuing Education Units from Greenville
      Technical College. Akron, Ohio.
  •   1997 National Association of Amusement Ride Safety Officials (NAARSO)
      safety conference. Received 4.0 Continuing Education Units from Old
        Dominion University.
   •    1996 Amusement Industry Manufacturer’s and Suppliers (AIMS) safety
        conference. Received 4.0 Continuing Education Units from Greenville
        Technical College. Wichita, Kansas.
   •    1995 National Association of Amusement Ride Safety Officials (NAARSO)
        safety conference. Received 4.0 Continuing Education Units from Old
        Dominion University. Tampa, Florida.
Publications
        Avery, William H. Inflating Safety, Deflating Risk. Orlando: Self Published,
2004.

      Avery, William H. Emergency Disaster Guidelines and Procedures for
Canada. Toronto: CCH Publishing, 2003.

       Avery, William H. Emergency Disaster Guidelines and Procedures for the
Sports, Leisure, and Entertainment Industry. 2nd Ed. Orlando: Evening Shade, 2002.

      Avery, William H. Emergency Disaster Guidelines and Procedures for
General Business. Orlando: Evening Shade, 2002.

       Avery, William H. The Safety Guide for the Sports, Leisure, and
Entertainment Industry. 2nd Ed. Orlando: Evening Shade, 2002.

       Avery, William H. 2000 and Beyond – Amusement Ride Warnings. Orlando:
Self Published, 1998.

        Avery, William H. “Circuses, Amusement and Theme Parks – A Section on
Safety.” International Labor Organization Encyclopedia of Occupational Safety and
Health. 1998 ed.

       Avery, William H. Emergency Disaster Guidelines and Procedures for the
Sports, Leisure, and Entertainment Industry. Orlando: Self Published, 1997.

       Avery, William H. The Safety Guide for the Sports, Leisure, and
Entertainment Industry. Orlando: Self Published, 1992.

Public Speaking
       Avery, William. “Inflating Safety.” International Inflatable Products & Games
Association – Manufacturers Session. IAAPA Convention. Orange County
Convention Center, Orlando. Nov. 2004.

      Avery, William. “Inflating Safety – Safety Issues Facing the Industry -
Owner/Operators Session.” International Inflatable Products & Games Association.
IAAPA Convention. Orange County Convention Center, Orlando. Nov. 2004.
       Avery, William. “Operating the Design – The Keys to Success.” Themed
Entertainment Association. IAAPA Convention. Orange County Convention Center,
Orlando. Nov. 2001.

       Avery, William. “Amusement Ride Emergency Evacuation.” Amusement
Industry Manufacturer’s and Suppliers. AIMS Safety Forum. League City, Texas. 13-
18 Jan. 2001.

      Avery, William. “Facilities Inspection.” Amusement Industry Manufacturer’s
and Suppliers. AIMS Safety Forum. League City, Texas. 13-18 Jan. 2001.

       Avery, William. “Operations & Maintenance Roles in Security.” Amusement
Industry Manufacturer’s and Suppliers. AIMS Safety Forum. League City, Texas. 13-
18 Jan. 2001.

       Avery, William. “Amusement Ride Emergency Evacuation.” Amusement
Industry Manufacturer’s and Suppliers. AIMS Safety Forum. Wichita, Kansas. 8-13
Jan. 2000.

      Avery, William. “Facilities Inspection.” Amusement Industry Manufacturer’s
and Suppliers. AIMS Safety Forum. Wichita, Kansas. 8-13 Jan. 2000.

      Avery, William. “What to Produce After and Incident.” Amusement Industry
Manufacturer’s and Suppliers. AIMS Safety Forum. Wichita, Kansas. 8-13 Jan. 2000.

      Avery, William. “Amusement Rides Inspections.” Amusement Industry
Manufacturer’s and Suppliers. AIMS Safety Forum. Akron, Ohio. Jan. 1998.

      Avery, William. “Facilities Inspections.” Amusement Industry Manufacturer’s
and Suppliers. AIMS Safety Forum. Akron, Ohio. Jan. 1998.

       Avery, William. “Amusement Facilities & Guest Liability.” University of West
Florida. Arts and Sciences Department - Health, Leisure, and Sports Science
Undergraduate Program. Pensacola, Florida. 1997.

      Avery, William. “Emergency/Disaster Planning Session (Bomb Threats).”
National Association of Ride Safety Officials. NAARSO Safety Forum. Feb. 1997.

      Avery, William. “Crowd Management.” Amusement Industry Manufacturer’s
and Suppliers. AIMS Safety Forum. Wichita, Kansas. 14-18 Jan. 1996.

      Avery, William. “Reading the Signs (Warnings).” Amusement Industry
Manufacturer’s and Suppliers. AIMS Safety Forum. Wichita, Kansas. 14-18 Jan.
1996.

       Avery, William. “Safety Training.” Amusement Industry Manufacturer’s and
Suppliers. AIMS Safety Forum. Wichita, Kansas. 14-18 Jan. 1996.

      Avery, William. “Risk Management.” Florida Attractions Association Annual
Conference & Global Marketplace. Miami Beach, Florida. 1996.

      Avery, William. “Litigation Trends.” Florida Attractions Association Annual
Conference & Global Marketplace. Miami Beach, Florida. 1996.

        Avery, William. “Guest & Employee Injury and Fatality Trends.” Florida
Attractions Association Annual Conference & Global Marketplace. Miami Beach,
Florida. 1996.

        Avery, William. “Amusement Ride Safety & Emergency Response.” Florida
Attractions Association Annual Conference & Global Marketplace. Miami Beach,
Florida. 1996.

      Avery, William. “Go-Kart Safety.” State of Florida Department of Agriculture
and Consumer Services. Bureau of Fair Rides Inspections. Tallahassee, Florida.
1995.

      Avery, William. “Crowd Management.” Trans America Insurance Company.
K&K Insurance Group. Ft. Wayne, Indiana. 1993

       Avery, William. “Special Event & Show Safety.” Florida Attractions
Association. Annual Conference. Wesley Chapel, Florida. 1993.

       Avery, William. “Best Defense is a Good Offense & Safety Program
Management.” Florida Risk Manager’s Association. Safety Conference. Orlando,
Florida. 1993.

     Avery, William. “Guest Liability and Safety Program Building.” Sports Field
Ground Maintenance Seminar. Conference. Kississimmee, Florida. 1993.

       Avery, William. “Safety & Security.” American Society of Amusement Park
Safety & Security Personnel. Safety & Security Conference. Universal Studios,
Florida. 1991.

      Avery, William. “Claims Defense - A Complete Structured Approach.”
American Recreational Equipment Association. AREA Safety Conference. 1990.

      Avery, William. “Claims Defense - A Complete Structured Approach.”
American Recreational Equipment Association. AREA Safety Conference. 1989.

     Avery, William. “The Future of Amusement Industry Ride Safety.” Outdoor
Amusement Business Association. OABA Safety Conference. 1989.

       Avery, William. “Safety in the Amusement Industry - Roller Coaster Safety &
Inspections.” National Safety Congress. National Association of Manufacturer’s.
1989.

       Avery, William. “Development of Ride Inspection Programs.” State of
Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. Bureau of Fairs &
Exhibitions. Polk County, Florida. 1989.

       Avery, William. “Safety & Security in the Amusement Industry.” American
Society of Amusement Park Safety & Security Personnel. SeaWorld, Florida. 1987.

      Avery, William. “Emergency First-Aid and Catastrophic Loss Procedures.”
American Recreational Equipment Association. AREA Safety Conference. 1985.

       Avery, William. “Safety & Security in the Amusement Industry.” American
Society of Amusement Park Safety & Security Personnel. Busch Gardens, Florida.
1981.

Media
Television

      Avery, William. Interview with Mark Strassmann. CBS Evening News –
Disney MGM Theme Park, Rock N’ Roller Coaster – Boy Dies At Disney World.
CBS. Orlando. 4 July 2006.

       Avery, William. Interview with Mark Strassmann. The Early Show – Epcot
Center, Mission Space – Theme Park Safety. CBS. Orlando. 12 April 2006.

       Avery, William. Interview with Mike DeForest. Channel 6 News (Problem
Solvers) – Theme Park Safety – Amusement Ride G-Forces. CBS. WKMG, Orlando.
16 Feb. 2006.

      Avery, William. Interview with Amanda Ober. Channel 2 News –
Disneyland California, Big Thunder Mountain Ride Accident & Fatality. NBC.
Orlando. 5 Sept. 2003.

       Avery, William. Interview with Connie Chung. Connie Chung Show – Kite
Flyer Amusement Ride Accident. CNN. New York. 22 Aug. 2002.

      Avery, William. Interview with Mike DeForest. Channel 6 News –
Emergency Disaster Planning for the Entertainment Industry. CBS. WKMG,
Orlando. 26 July 2002.

      Avery, William. Interview. CNN Live - Michigan’s Adventure Amusement
Ride Accident. CNN. Atlanta. 31 July. 2001.

      Avery, William. Interview with Tom Brokaw. NBC Nightly News – Magic
Mountain Fatality. NBC. WNBC, New York. 5 July 2001.

       Avery, William. Interview. Channel 13 Local News – 1001 Nachts Evacuation
at Fun Spot Action Park. Channel 13. Orlando. 23 April 2001.
      Avery, William. Interview. Channel 9 Eyewitness News - Disney Splash
Mountain Fatality. ABC. WFTV, Orlando. 5 Nov. 2000.

        Avery, William. Interview. Channel 13 Local News – Amusement Ride
Safety. Channel 13. Orlando. 1 Aug. 2000.

     Avery, William. Interview. MSNBC - Roller Coaster Risk is Rampant. MSNBC.
New York. July 2000.

      Avery, William. Interview. Boston – Amusement Park Roller Coasters. CBS.
Boston. 21 July 2000.

    Avery, William. Interview. Weekend Today – Amusement Ride Safety. NBC.
WNBC, New York. 18 June 2000.

      Avery, William. Interview. Channel 6 Local News – Amusement Park Safety.
CBS. WKMG, Orlando. June 2000.

      Avery, William. Interview. CNN Talk Back Live – Amusement Ride Safety
Recent Fatalities. CNN. Atlanta. 30 Aug. 1999.

        Avery, William. Interview. CNN Live Morning Show – Amusement Ride
Safety. CNN. Atlanta. 30 Aug. 1999.

     Avery, William. Interview. Channel 13 Local News – Roller Coaster Safety.
Channel 13. Orlando. 30 Aug. 1999.

     Avery, William. Interview with Tom Brokaw. NBC Nightly News –
Amusement Ride Safety. NBC. WNBC, New York. 28 Aug. 1999.

       Avery, William. Interview with Katie Couric. Today Show – Amusement
Ride Safety. NBC. WNBC, New York. 25 Aug. 1999.

     Avery, William. Interview. MSNBC & CNBC Time & Again Special –
Amusement Ride Safety. MSNBC & CNBC. New York. Aug. 1999.

       Avery, William. Interview. MSNBC – Over the Top. NBC. WNBC, New York.
July 1999.

Radio

     Avery, William. Interview. Bud Hedinger Show - Amusement Ride Safety.
AM 540 WFLA. Orlando. 5 Nov. 2005.

        Avery, William. Interview. Cox Radio News Network - Amusement Park
Safety. WDBO. New York. 31 Aug. 1999.
     Avery, William. Interview with Douglas Young. Douglas Young Live -
Amusement Ride Safety. WRG. New York. 30 Aug. 1999.

     Avery, William. Interview with Grace Rabold. Cox Radio News Network -
Amusement Park Safety. WDBO. New York. 26 Aug. 1999.

Newspaper
     McCarthy, John. “Oversight lacking for theme park rides.” Florida Today 27
November 2005, Sunday ed.

      Pittman, Craig. “Are parks putting too much risk in thrill rides?” Florida
Today 19 June 2005, Sunday ed.: A1+.

      Galvin, Andrew and Bernhard, Blythe. “Higher and faster” OC Register 15
June 2005, Wednesday ed.

       Zitz, Michael. “Park’s riders have to measure up.” Florida Today 18 March
2005, Friday ed.

      Washington, Robin. “Coaster auto shutdown needed, expert stresses.” The
Boston Herald 10 May 2004, Monday ed.

      Washington, Robin. “N.Y. twin of killer coaster hurt man.” The Boston
Herald 4 May 2004, Tuesday ed.

       Himmelberg, Michele and Knap, Chris. “Accident Probe Found Several
Lapses.” Orange County Register 27 Nov. 2003, Wednesday ed.: News 1+.

      Himmelberg, Michele and Knap, Chris. “Report to Fault Disney.” Orange
County Register 26 Nov. 2003, Wednesday ed.: News 1+.

       Jackson, Jerry. “Amusement Swings Into Town, State Doesn’t Inspect Rides
at Tradeshows.” Orlando Sentinel 17 Nov. 2003, Monday ed.: CFB 1+.

        Ritea, Steve. “Doubts cast on Six Flags training process, but company calls
its program standard.” The Times Picayune 12 July 2003, Saturday ed.: A1+.

      Herubin. “Ride Safety Not Equal.” Orange County Register 4 Nov. 2001,
Sunday ed.: News 1+.

       Barker, Tim. “Untamed Thrills.” Orlando Sentinel 14 May 2000, Sunday ed.:
A1+.

      Barker, Tim. “When Does Pleasure Stop, Pain Start?” Orlando Sentinel 14
May 2000, Sunday ed.: A6

       “Roller Coasters” Star Ledger 31 Aug. 1999, Tuesday ed.
       Eggen, Dan. “Higher, Faster, Maybe Riskier” Washington Post 28 Aug. 1999,
Saturday ed.: A1+.

        “Thrill Rides” Kansas City Star 1 Aug. 1999, Sunday ed.

       Gubernick, Lisa. “How Safe Is That Theme Park?” Wall Street Journal 23 July
1999, Friday ed.: W1+.

Magazines & Newsletters
        Avery, William. “Wake Up Call.” Ninja Jump July 2005

     Crain, Carol. “Roundtables Roundly Applauded.” Inflatable News
December/January 2005: 34 - 35

     Avery, William H. “The Flip Side of Rider Responsibility.” NAARSO Notes
December 2004: 2,11.

      Detwiler, Amy. “A Safety Professional Speaks.” Inflatable News
August/September 2004: 28 - 30

       Moseley, H. Benjamin. “Watchdogs Guard Inflatables.” Inflatable News
April/May 2004: 60, 75.

       Avery, William. “Are You Ready? Emergency and Disaster Planning Tips.”
Parks and Recreation Magazine Sept. 2002

      Rubin, Juidth. “Security Procedures Change With the Times.” FunWorld
March 2002: 9 – 11.

     Avery, William H. “One in a Million, A Link in the Chain of Liability.”
NAARSO Notes July 2001: 3 – 4.

        Stall, Sam. “Joyrides.” Meridian June 2001: 32 – 36.

        Reaves, Jessica and Frank Pellegrini. “The New Roller Coasters: Thrills,
Chills and Few Spills.” Time Magazine June 2001: 5.

      Avery, William H. “One in a Million, A Link in the Chain of Liability.” Show
Time April – May 2001.

        Reichert, Jennifer L. “Roller coaster thrills, spills surge.” TRIAL Aug. 2000: 14
– 17.

        Stall, Sam. “Uneasy Rider.” Endless Vacation July – Aug. 2000: 26.

        Halper, Evan. “Ride at Your Own Risk.” Good Housekeeping July 2000: 87
– 88.
      “Thrills & Spills.” National Geographic Traveler April 2000

      Morrow, James. “Coasters’ free ride is over.” U.S. News Oct. 1999: 34.

      Silver, Marc. “Fatal attractions.” U.S. News Sept. 1999: 56 – 59.

      Avery, William H. “Ethics.” NAARSO Notes 1997.

     Avery, William H. “The Legal Aspects of Crowd Management.” Crowd
Management April – June 1996: 4 – 8.

      Avery, William H. “Pushing The Safety Envelope.” T.A.B. 1995: 7.

      Avery, William H. “Power Equipment & Machine Safety.” ProComp 1992: 3.


Client History
      •   Air Boingo (Orlando, Florida)
      •   Alliance for the Motion Picture Industry (California)
      •   Apex Optical (Orlando, Florida)
      •   Canadian National Exhibition (Toronto, Canada)
      •   Central Florida Fair (Orlando, Florida)
      •   Central Florida Zoo (Sanford, Florida)
      •   Country Music Association Awards (Universal City, California)
      •   Discovery Cove (Orlando, Florida)
      •   Fantasy of Flight (Polk City, Florida)
      •   Flea World & Fun World (Sanford, Florida)
      •   Florida Leisure Acquisition Corporation (Silver Springs, Florida)
      •   Florida Splendid China (Kississimmee, Florida)
      •   Florida State Fair (Tampa, Florida)
      •   GE / NBC (Orlando, Florida / Los Angeles, California)
      •   Give Kids The World (Kississimmee, Florida)
      •   Happy Days Family Fun Center (Kississimmee, Florida)
      •   ITEC Productions (Orlando, Florida)
      •   Kalmanson Agency (Orlando, Florida)
      •   K&K Insurance Group, Inc. (Ft. Wayne, Indiana)
      •   Knutson McHugh Consulting (Sunland, California)
      •   Lebanon Valley Racing (West Palm Beach, Florida)
      •   Lion Country Safari (Loxahatchee, Florida)
      •   Long Beach Aquarium of the Pacific (Long Beach, California)
      •   Loss Control Services (Denver, Colorado)
      •   Lowry Park Zoo (Tampa, Florida)
      •   MCA, Concert, Inc. (Universal City, California)
      •   MCA, Inc. (Universal City, California)
      •   MCA, Inc. Transportation (Universal City, California)
      •   MCA, Inc. Universal Studios (Universal City, California)
      •   Miracle Strip Amusement Park (Panama City Beach, Florida)
      •   MTV Awards (Universal City, California)
      •   National Linen Corporation (Orlando, Florida)
      •   New Mexico State Fair (Albuquerque, New Mexico)
      •   Ocean Pier (Daytona Beach, Florida)
      •   Olympic City, Coca Cola and World of Coke 1996 Olympic Games
          (Atlanta, Georgia)
      •   Orlando Regional Medical Center (Orlando, Florida)
      •   Pittsburgh Associates d.b.a. Pittsburgh Pirates (Bradenton, Florida)
      •   RDV Sportsplex (Maitland, Florida)
      •   Sanford Zoo (Sanford, Florida)
      •   San Jose Sharks, IHL (San Jose, California)
      •   SeaWorld Ohio (Aurora, Ohio)
      •   SeaWorld Orlando (Orlando, Florida)
      •   SeaWorld San Antonio (San Antonio, Texas)
      •   SeaWorld San Diego (San Diego, California)
      •   Skull Kingdom (Orlando, Florida)
      •   South Florida Fair & Exhibition (West Palm Beach, Florida)
      •   Strawberry Festival (Plant City, Florida)
      •   Trans America Insurance (Ft. Wayne, Indiana)
      •   United Trophies (Orlando, Florida)
      •   Universal Amphitheater (Universal City, California)
      •   Universal Studios (Orlando, Florida)
      •   Universal Television Location Filming.
              o (Miami, Florida)
              o (New York, New York)
              o (Los Angeles, California)
      •   Viacom Entertainment (Universal City, California)
      •   Walt Disney World (Lake Buena Vista, Florida)
      •   Wet N’ Wild (Orlando, Florida)
      •   World Cup Soccer (Orlando, Florida)
      •   World University Games (Buffalo, New York & Canada)

References
References on request

								
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