|Custom Coasters International, Inc.|
|Roller coaster manufacturer|
|Headquarters||West Chester, Ohio, USA|
|In business||1991 to July 2002|
|Roller coasters built|
History[edit | edit source]
As Charlie Dinn's Dinn Corporation in 1991, his daughter Denise Dinn formed a new company. Dinn hired four former employees of Curtis D. Summers, Inc. (who designed all of Dinn Corporation's roller coasters): Larry Bill, Chad Miller, Korey Kiepert, and Michael Graham.
The company was closed in July 2002 after filing for bankruptcy. Personal matters were cited as a reason for closure, as company president Denise Dinn was in the process of a divorce. At the time it was in the process of constructing the New Mexico Rattler, which was subsequently finished in-house. Denise Dinn was hired by S&S Power, who opened a wooden roller coaster division. Four wooden roller coasters were built under the S&S name. Bill, Miller, Kiepert and Graham went on to form The Gravity Group, which remains in business today.
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