Concept to Customer Satisfaction for Smaller Footprint Waterparks Seminar
Join us at Drayton Manor on Thursday, May 4th for a full day of expert speakers guiding you through the considerations for developing and managing a smaller footprint waterpark. To drive repeat visitation, many community aquatic centres are upgrading their facilities by adding slides and interactive water play, while hotels and resorts see the advantages of keeping guests on-site by adding water play. These smaller spaces can be packed with lots of aquatic fun if planned right.
WhiteWater, the leading provider of waterpark products globally, and Space & Place, the UK’s expert in water and community facility design, are combining forces to host a one-day seminar to help you discover some of the points you should be aware of before starting to plan these projects, including how to forecast if your plans are financially feasible.
Throughout the day, WhiteWater’s Park Designer, Rob Miksza, will be designing an indoor waterpark in an adjacent room. Please feel free to come by and watch Rob draw out his plan, ask him questions, and see how the process develops.
We would love to see you at Drayton Manor for a day of fun and education. If you would like to attend, please send your RSVP to Sarah Lopez (email@example.com).
Location: Drayton Manor, Near Tamworth, England (For special room rates, please contact Nicola Ray at 01827 255993)
Date: Thursday, May 4, 2017
Time: 10 AM sharp start
Case Study of Drayton Manor Family Theme Park and Resort
Psychology of Children: Water Play to Help you Keep Little Guests Happy
Designing to Maximise Smaller Footprint Aquatic Venues
12:30 PM Lunch (included)
Indoor Can Also Be Outdoor: How Amazing Structures can Change Your Perspective
Know What You are Getting Into: How to Develop Your Business Plans Based on a Sound Feasibility Study
If it is All About Water, Make Sure it is Treated Right
HVAC to Help Make Your Equipment Last Longer
Vertigo Tour: Enjoy one of the recent additions to Drayton Manor and learn how adventure play complements the small site mix
Simon Palmer, WhiteWater