Paintball Trailers came about when Greg and Christina opened a Haunted Attraction in Missouri which included a hayride and corn maze, in 2003. They both held full time jobs, Greg was a Machinist for McDonnell Douglas (Boeing) and then Toyota and Christina was a Nail Technician at a salon. They were always striving for improvement at their haunted attraction. They looked at it like a college fund for their kids.
So here was the catalysts for Paintball Trailers. They wanted to improve their hayride and make it more entertaining. When Christina’s son, who at the time had just started playing paintball, wanted her to play with him, she declined. She didn’t like the idea of getting shot by paintballs, but would gladly pay to shoot someone else. And there came the idea. Christina and Greg started talking about the idea of shooting people or things with paintball guns while riding on a trailer. Keeping themselves safe from being shot. They hit the drawing board.
Mind you, that neither one of them had ever played paintball or knew anything about it. They decided early on that they wanted all the guns to operate off of one air system, instead of individually. They were told this couldn’t be done, but that was considered a challenge to Greg. Greg being a Machinist, with over 30 years of experience in the trade, can pretty much fabricate anything needed to get the job done. So, after a lot of trial and error, the initial prototype was created and the first Zombie Safari Paintball Attraction became a reality in 2009 at Fearfest Haunted House in Columbia, Missouri.
We now fabricate Paintball Trailers here in Columbia, with Greg hand building them all and Christina handling the business side of the company. We make Paintball Trailers for companies all over the world.
Let us show you how our Paintball Trailers can take your haunted attraction to the next level!