Branson Tracks

Major Announcement from The Track!

Gift of Hope Fundraiser at Track 3
Fundraisers at The Track a Success!

THE TRACK FAMILY FUN PARKS LAUNCHES MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR BUILDING PROJECTS:
BIG CHANGES COMING TO TWO FACILITIES IN 2011

Branson Attraction Goes Sky High to Celebrate 30 Years

Branson, Missouri – – After 30 years of providing family entertainment to local residents and area visitors, The Track Family Fun Parks has decided to celebrate by reinvesting almost three million dollars in its facilities. Construction is underway in a two-facility capital upgrade that will be completed in the spring of 2011. Track 4 (3345 W. Hwy. 76) will feature a new high-rise go-kart track constructed of steel and concrete that rises 40 feet in the air. Track 3 (2505 W. Hwy. 76) will take on a new look with additional go-kart tracks as well as an expanded building that will offer greater flexibility in indoor activity.

“We could not be more thrilled to be reinvesting in our parks for 2011,” said Larry Schmitt, President/Owner of The Track Family Fun Parks. “We have not built a new major attraction at our facilities since 2002, and we feel like this is a great year for it. We are in the family fun business, and the addition of these attractions will provide an enhanced experience for our guests,” Schmitt added.

The new high-rise go-kart track at Track 4 will be the latest addition to The Track’s high-rise family. The LumberJack at Track 5 and Wild Woody at Track 3 were built in 2001 and 2002, respectively. The new track’s state of the art steel and concrete construction will be more weather-friendly and will offer all the high-rise excitement of the other tracks. “These capital projects should definitely have a positive impact on our business, but we feel like this reinvestment on Hwy. 76 will be a benefit for the entire community,” Schmitt said.

The Track Family Fun Parks will provide more details about the new projects at the beginning of 2011. Visit www.bransontracks.com for more information and to follow the progress of the construction on The Track’s new network of live interactive webcams.

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