Monday. Another typical week starting at Lago Mar. Daily operations of service, maintenance, hospitality and entertainment happening all over again. For the newcomer, it feels like an amusement park attraction. Parks like that are run like clockwork, and managed so well, most people don’t even encounter any problems at all. While Lago Mar isn’t an amusement park, it feels like one. I think it has to do something with the “new guy”, Corby Smith. Smith’s International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions membership status helps a bit, and not to mention his work experience of some parks you might have heard of like; Busch Gardens Williamsburg, SeaWorld Orlando, Kemah Boardwalk Houston, and Walt Disney World; Magic Kingdom.
Lago Mar is really stepping up to the plate and was serious when they hired Smith as their Park Operations Manager. With parks opening back up due to the recent closures of COVID-19, Lago Mar is now playing with the big leagues when it comes to park management. Not only has Smith studied recreation, park and tourism management at Penn State University, he’s also trained in casino management. It all makes sense now! Hire the parks and casino guy, so we can get a good “Off-Vegas” vibe down here, attract Scorcese to film the second “Casino” movie down in Lago Mar, where Rothstein finally retires in one of the Lago Mar retirement residences and manages the “Blue Mar Casino”!
Balmoral was a big winner in the recent 2019 Greater Houston Builders Association’s Houston’s Best PRISM Awards taking home five trophies.
The Balmoral development was highlighted by the consulting firm, as it experienced a 40% sales increase, compared to 2019.
Lagoon FUNactics is setting up high standards when it comes to providing real value in all ways possible to communities and to increase more effective revenue opportunities.