Beyond Being a Successful Business Model, What Are the Advantages of PAL™ Projects?01/07/2021
Investors around the world have identified Public Access Lagoons™ by Crystal Lagoons® as a new long-term investment alternative, with rates of return unseen in other industries, despite a low initial investment.
Also known as PAL™, the crystalline lagoons are powered by technology created by the multinational innovation company. They quickly become the meeting point for thousands of people, thanks to their hotels, restaurants and areas for retail, shows, and even concerts.
Past experience confirms people’s interest in these developments, particularly in the case of the U.S.’s first first PAL projects, known as Epperson and Lago Mar, which generate US $50,000 daily in entry-tickets, even when limiting access to just 1,200 visitors due to the pandemic.
From the point of view of capital, as projects are developed they quickly generate profits, creating a financial pyramid, allowing a company to achieve a very high present value despite a low initial investment.
The contribution of PAL projects
PAL are also highly valued when it comes to reconverting retail spaces and malls, reactivating the flow of the public to entertainment parks, taking advantage of vacant lots, spaces in the center of racetracks, golf courses or any company that has unused land or want to convert it into a much more profitable business, thanks to this business model.
Additionally, these meeting points offer new public spaces of value and quality of life to millions of people, providing social inclusion, recreation and relaxation, especially in congested cities, landlocked areas far from the coast.
They are not only the business of the future, but also the sustainable recreational activity of the future, bringing beach life, water sports and entertainment just steps from home.
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