Pictures: Chilly Ribbons at IAAPA

Scott Colwell, CEO of Orlando-based Chilly Ribbons, tastes a mango shaved ice treat as a machine near the roof of the small kiosk modeled after a ski chalet spews fake snow. Colwell's company is attending IAAPA at Orange County Convention Center. (Red Huber, Orlando Sentinel / November 19, 2013)

IAAPA, the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions, premiers new and unusual products.

Disney World and Holy Land Experience landed multiple Brass Ring Awards, which were announced at the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions trade show-meeting at the Orange County Convention Center on Wednesday.

Magic Kingdom's Be Our Guest Restaurant nabbed the "best innovation in food and beverage" award. Disney Theme Park Merchandise scored in the retail category for its Princess Magic Mirror, which won the judges' choice award. The company also was rewarded in "hard good" and "visual display" retail categories.

Disneyland's "The Royal Theatre Presents Tangled" won for "best overall production of $700,001-$1,000,000.

Orlando's Holy Land Experience won two awards in the live-entertainment division. It was recognized with the organization's Heart Beat Award for its "The Passion" presentation. IAAPA says this prize is for a "show that demonstrates superior overall ability in reaching the hearts of its audience."

Holy Land's "The Four Women Who Loved Jesus" won the Brass Ring for "best overall production: budget of $25,000 or less." The attraction also won in the "visual display" category. 

Universal Orlando was recognized for human resources excellence, winning "best innovation in a training program."   

Two of the best new product nods went to Daytona Beach businesses Bob's Space Racers and Jennison Entertainment Technologies.