The Producers Group LLC sponsors AAE - #1 themed entertainment business event in Asia

Crane Dance at Resorts World Sentosa TPG logo Bob Chambers Edward MarksIAAPA Asian Attractions Expo runs 5-8 June in Hong Kong

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, USA - 21 May 2012 - The Producers Group LLC (TPG) is a Gold Level sponsor of the IAAPA Asian Attractions Expo (AAE), 5-8 June at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. The AAE conference brings together developers and creative service providers. It is considered the top trade event for the themed entertainment industry in Asia.

"We are honored to partner with IAAPA, a global leader and advocate for the attractions industry, in their international outreach," says Edward Marks, TPG co-CEO. "Asia - China in particular - is a key growth market for themed entertainment. We look forward to creating new relationships at AAE, and adding more Asian projects to our portfolio."

The Producers Group LLC has been actively involved in the production of several notable, recent attractions in Asia, including Crane Dance at Resorts World Sentosa in Singapore (recipient of a 2012 Thea Award), and The Fortune Diamond and Wishing Crystals at Galaxy Casino in Macau - all designed by Jeremy Railton and Entertainment Design Corporation. "Asian developers favor integrated resorts that combine multiple attractions with hospitality and retail - and in those attractions, they want to see high-end spectacle, new uses of technology and innovative design," says Bob Chambers, TPG co-CEO.

"Asia's unique projects are creating new business and creative models in themed entertainment," adds Marks. "Custom, one-off, large-scale endeavors of this kind call for a specialized attraction producer to successfully coordinate the different elements and honor the design vision while keeping construction and budget on track from start to finish."

Edward Marks and Bob Chambers of TPG will attend the AAE conference to meet clients and conduct business. "Unique attraction production is our business niche," comments Chambers. "IAAPA's AAE is the perfect venue for a company wanting to be active at the forefront of the industry today."

To set up a meeting with Bob or Edward during AAE, interested parties please contact Andrew Rubio at andrew.rubio@producers-group.com or 818.334.2829.

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The Producers Group LLC - International Attraction Production Specialists

Specializing in destination attractions for integrated resorts, casinos and theme parks, with significant recent experience in Asia, The Producers Group LLC works with designers and developers to manage the creation of high-technology guest experiences from start to finish - or at any stage along the process - bringing them in on schedule, on budget and ready to operate. Company principals Bob Chambers and Edward Marks are specialists in balancing creative vision, technical design and budget realities throughout the project development process.

Recent successful projects include The Fortune Diamond and the Wishing Crystals (Galaxy Casino, Macau - designed by Jeremy Railton and Entertainment Design Corporation), and Crane Dance (Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore - designed by Jeremy Railton and Entertainment Design Corporation). Crane Dance was honored in 2012 with the prestigious Thea Award from the Themed Entertainment Association. The Producers Group LLC is headquartered in Los Angeles, with offices in Japan, Korea. Europe and China. Visit http://www.producers-group.com/.

The Producers Group

IAAPA

IAAPA is the premier trade association for the attractions industry worldwide. Founded in 1918, IAAPA is the largest international trade association for permanently situated amusement facilities and attractions, and is dedicated to the preservation and prosperity of the attractions industry. In addition to its global headquarters in Alexandria, Virginia, the association maintains regional offices in Brussels, Mexico City, and Hong Kong. http://www.iaapa.org/

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