Tahiti’s Breeze plans to construct a tropical, clean-water, adventure pool theme park resort. We're designing the attraction to be over 12 acres of water and mixed-use entertainment, including, retail, restaurants, and more. Tahiti’s Breeze intends to offer all the ambiance of the island of Tahiti, with palm trees, turquoise-blue water, and tiki huts.
- The amusement and theme parks market is projected to increase from $47.2 billion to $74.7 billion by 2026, growing at a CAGR of 6.0%, according to Allied Market Research.
- Many people are more sensitive to staying healthy since the COVID-19 pandemic.
- In a pre-feasibility study completed by Market and Feasibility Advisors, LLC. The results by Dan Martin, the company’s owner, recommend Tahiti’s Breeze as a viable business. Martin believes “The aquatic core attraction with a resort feel and aquatic sports access is like nothing else in the market.”
- Tahiti’s Breeze plans to use overwater-construction technology — patent pending
- With increased safety, affordability, convenience, environmental benefits, and ambiance, we believe Tahiti’s Breeze is well-positioned to revolutionize the water-park industry.
Tahiti’s Breeze is working to address three major problems:
- Widespread contamination in recreational water
- Inconvenient exotic getaways
- Expensive tropical vacations
Recreational Water Contamination is Unhealthy
Many people don’t know that most pools, lakes, beaches, and other bodies of water are not safe. They have microorganisms, such as viruses, bacteria, parasites, and fungi. According to the CDC’s 2013 Recreational Water Report: microcontaminants, which create recreational water illnesses and outbreaks, are in over 50% of pools.
Lakes and natural bodies of water like oceans are most likely even less safe. Many people have died from flesh/brain-eating parasites. Of course, this doesn’t happen to everyone, but why take a chance. The CDC has also found that high levels of chlorine (a toxic gas) can create numerous health problems. Many people who are ill from recreational water do not know the origin was from the water.
Did you know that chlorine was used as a chemical weapon in World War I? Now it's used in large quantities in swimming pools! Tahiti’s Breeze plans to provide the public with safe and more efficient alternatives to keep the water clean. The public will have a choice to have fun in safe water.
Tropical Vacations are Far Away
Tropical vacations are inconvenient to reach for most people. Many locations are tropical deserts and do not have access to tropical water resorts within a short driving distance from where they live, yet they still long for the tropical resort experience. It is time-consuming to get there daily.
Travel to Tropical Vacations is Expensive
Traveling to tropical vacations like Tahiti is too expensive for the average person or family to afford regularly, leaving many without access to the paradise getaway they desire. Many of these vacations cost several thousands of dollars. “Cheap places to go for vacation” is one of the top searches according to Semrush, a leading marketing research site.
Tahiti’s Breeze plans to develop a safe, environmentally friendly, clean-water tropical adventure pool park that’s both convenient and affordable to the public.
- Tropical Escape — Escape your troubles by rejuvenating at a tropical oasis
- Saves Money — It’s affordable to the public!
- Saves Time — Convenient to daily/weekly schedules with just a short drive for many!
- Safe — Unique filtration system and monitoring eliminates microorganisms
- Environmentally Friendly — Natural additives and rainwater conversion technology saves water
Ken Handler, President of Global Amusement Professionals, is an advisor to Tahiti’s Breeze. Global Amusement Professionals is one of the leading aquatic management companies in the U.S., having managed over 100 successful water parks.
A cutting-edge design feature of the park is our patent-pending technology for business use. The company plans to construct buildings and huts over the water of swimming pools and other man-made bodies of water. This is a major design theme for the park and ties to its exotic ambiance of being modeled after the island of Tahiti.
Tahiti’s Breeze completed a pre-feasibility study with Market & Feasibility Advisors LLC (MFA), an independent, respected company that evaluates the feasibility of start-up amusement development companies based on:
- Market conditions
- Other data
The study conclusion was, through in-depth analysis, Tahiti’s Breeze is recommended as a viable business. In the opinion of MFA’s Founder, Dan Martin, “The aquatic core attraction with a resort feel and aquatic sports access is like nothing else in the market.”
Tahiti’s Breeze plans to use a Multi Business Model which enables multiple streams of revenue. We anticipate the tropical, exotic, large, clean-water pool will create an ambiance that is a magnet for visitors.
We are maximizing the opportunity to include other businesses in the surrounding areas, including restaurants, retail, and more!
Since the development of medical treatments and vaccinations in 2021 and a low risk of exposure to COVID-19 outdoors (0.1%), the theme park industry is bouncing back to its pre-COVID 2019 attendance rates. Many parks have already recorded attendance similar to 2019 for the same period, as visitors are eager to explore the outdoors and have fun again. In addition, one of Tahiti’s Breeze’s main priorities is to ensure the safety of its participants.
Excluding 2020, the water park industry has shown considerable growth over the last five years, as industry revenue was bolstered by rising per capita disposable incomes. The amusement and theme parks market was valued at $47.2 billion in 2018 and is projected to reach $74.7 billion by 2026, growing at a CAGR of 6.0%, according to Allied Market Research. That’s about a 59% increase.
Tahiti’s Breeze envisions having numerous locations. We plan on opening our first location in the Dallas metropolitan area, which offers the ideal setting with the perfect climate.
- 81 average rain days
- 1.3 snow days
- Centrally located within the U.S.
- Fastest growing area in the U.S.
Over 24.9 million people visit Dallas annually, and over 48.9 million visit the surrounding area each year. Furthermore, the Dallas metroplex area was named the fastest growing area in the United States in 2021 by UpNest. It is the fourth largest metropolitan area in the United States.
Tahiti’s Breeze plans to cater to all ages. Unlike traditional water parks, the company is focused on catering to adults, as well as kids, through different areas for the different groups at different times. The company intends to cater to businesses as well. It’s not a slide park. The large, clean-water pool is perfect for water sports and other play activities.
2021 U.S. Water Park Attendance Rates
Ms. Bryant has managed and exited two other profitable businesses and has over 20 years of successful marketing experience, increasing both leads and visibility for several companies. During her marketing career, Ms. Bryant managed a top-producing revenue line for Thomson Reuters which won numerous awards and helped increase national and international market share by over 200%, producing $4M in revenue.
Mr. Handler is an advisor to Tahiti’s Breeze. He is the leader of Global Amusement Professionals and has over 15 years of experience in the business. The company has managed over 100 successful waterparks. Mr. Handler specializes in taking parks from conception to completion. He knows strategic methods for improving operations, driving revenue, and cutting expenses to help take amusement parks to the next level.
Mr. Hassell has over 34 years of experience in successful financial management, including owning a CPA service. He has worked with start-up operations and many different industries. Some of Hassell's experience includes working in the retail and real estate development industries. He has been instrumental in the growth of companies, helping the Summers Group reach sales levels of $750 million.
Use of Proceeds
If the offering's maximum amount of $1,070,000 is raised:
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This is an offering of Common Stock, under registration exemption 4(a)(6), in Tahiti's Breeze, Inc.. This offering must raise at least $10,000 by April 28, 2023 at 8:59pm ET. If this offering doesn’t reach its target, then your money will be refunded. Tahiti's Breeze, Inc. may issue additional securities to raise up to $1,070,000, the offering’s maximum.
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