The children’s entertainment kiosks are built by CTM’s operations staff in their New Hampshire facility. The CTM sales team takes direction from their customers on the design, and works with their in-house art department. A rendition is created and once they get approval from the customer, the entire program is turned over to the operations staff. The team which includes professional carpenters, electricians and painters, manufactures the entire program from the ground up. With over 40 different floor tile options, multiple architectural and color selections for the change machine housing, and numerous entertainment pieces to interest children from 2 to 10 years old, CTM takes pride in their ability to offer a program to fit every location.

Understanding the importance of offering new experiences and the latest technology, CTM continually searches for the latest in children’s entertainment equipment. It started in 2002 with the Kiddie Coaster. After seeing an adult roller coaster simulator being offered as an attraction for amusement parks, CTM worked with a manufacturer to re-engineer the product into a smaller version. This ride became an instant favorite. Over the years, it has progressed to working with NASCAR® on licensed racing simulators to developing software that provides augmented reality (face and hand mapping technology), a feature where the customer’s face and hand motions are integrated into the experience.

It is a continuous focus of CTM to either pursue or create the latest entertainment equipment while presenting a program that fits their customer’s vision.