PAL ™ projects: low-cost initial investment and highly profitable11/03/2021
Designed by Crystal Lagoons, the concept and business model called Public Access Lagoons ™ projects, also known as PAL™ developments, has the particularity of being a low-cost initial investment and highly profitable. It has been shown to reach numbers not known in other industries,
This has aroused the interest from high-end economic groups who are looking forward to closing master licenses that guarantee exclusivity over certain geographic areas and to be able to develop an important number of PAL™ developments in that region.
The PAL™ model is the new venture by the multinational innovation company. These man-made lagoons are accessed via ticketed entry and quickly become dynamic business hubs as well as the meeting point for thousands of people, thanks to the wide array of activities they offer, ranging from hotels, restaurants and retail, to shows, weddings and concerts and streaming events.
The number of these agreements has skyrocketed during the last months. Some of the most important developments are in the United States (16 PAL™ developments in association with Epic and Mattel and 5 in Orlando), in Korea (30 PAL™ projects with the NexPlan consortium), Pakistan (15 PAL™ developments in association with Ary Group), and Central America (18 PAL™ projects with successful entrepreneurs in the region).
Flexible Conceptual Design
PAL™ projects are highly valued for the transformation of malls and to transform retail spaces, as well as to reactivate visitors to amusement parks, racetracks or golf courses.
Its low investment and maintenance costs make PAL™ lagoons into a high return investment as no one has ever seen which can transform any unused terrain into a place full of fun. Even the surrounding area generate a steady income, since all activities and food stands can be profitable all year long.
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