As Andrew said, that was a different location, specifically their Kansas City park.Is that where Veruckt was/is? Is it still standing?
The New Braunfels one is the original, and actually is pretty amazing.
You'd be surprised, but if you've ridden some of the more interesting water rides in the last 15 years, this company likely had a hand making it.
They invented the uphill water coaster, and actually were the first to have a Flowrider (surfing simulator) which was not a technology demonstration. (Provided valuable R&D to the guy who came up with that tech, Lochtefeld)
Jeff Henry, the main R&D behind Schlitterbahn, actually has done a lot for the water park industry as a whole. From the water brake to stuff as general as waterpark composition/design concepts, what we have today, is in large part because of this guy.