If you own R/C equipment and can answer yes to one or more of the following questions, it might be time to take a close look at Thola's attractions and our business philosophy.
- Were the attractions expensive to purchase?
- When you walk by your R/C attractions, are there at least one or more vehicles usually out of order?
- Is the turning radius and the top-end speed consistent from one vehicle to another?
- Does it take a long time to get replacement parts?
- Are replacement parts expensive?
- Do the bodies of the vehicles look like out-of-scale toys instead of sophisticated miniature replicas?
Companies that sell their equipment have few incentives to make reliable parts. As a matter of fact, they make money every time you need a part or send in one to be repaired.
Because Thola owns and operates its attractions, it is simply in our best interest to create the most sophisticated and most reliable attractions on the market. And even though other R/C vendors advertise that you only need to spend 30 minutes a day repairing their equipment, we devote a technician to our attractions 7 hours a day to perform preventive maintenance and to be available for repairs as needed.
Our technicians drive every vehicle on a regular schedule to find potential problems and to check for consistency from one vehicle to another. It might sound like a small thing to make sure all the cars run about the same speed, but when two people are racing each other, they want it to be a "fair" race.
We have seen people get so into racing each other that they spend as long at 60 minutes playing. If the cars weren't the same speed, they probably would have walked away after the first token.
In short, the attractions look better, run better and generate substantially higher revenue because of the extra attention. And, because we supply all parts at our expense, you'll never have to order a replacement part again.
Designed and Maintained by Bill Elgin. Copyright © 1995-96 Thola Productions. All rights reserved.