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Zorbing Proposal At the Haliburton Sustainable Forest
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History of the zorb: Zorbing was invented by a couple of adrenaline junkies from New Zealand in the 1990s. Dwane van der Sluis and Andrew Akers originally developed the zorb as a giant plastic ball that could be used to walk on water
Our mission: The purpose of our programme is to provide a non-traditional, innovative and high-reward adventure activity that meets the ethical and sustainable principles of HSF forest and contributes to the local community.
Our Target Market Our target market is adventure tourists ageing from 16-29 who typically are seeking high-reward activities Targetting those who live in the area, have cottages or are camping in Haliburton Focus on core needs of excitement and self-fullfillment
Zorbing within Framework of the HSF - meet the stringent guidelines of the international Forest Stewardship Council (FSC). - will not interupt other activities - Limit participants so it does not exceed carrying capacity - Community will will play an active role in the development stage - Democractic processes - $2 Eco-tax
Program Details -Meet at base camp -Guided hike to site -Group discussion and demonstration about zorbing -Types of Zorbing -The zorbing experience to a maximum of 3 run -Hike back to base camp -Discussion, Snacks, Survey and debreifing participants
Employees CPR First Aid NLS Certification for Outdoor Leaders Training programs Staff Incentives Benefits
Contingency and Growth -Contingency money -Contingency ideas -Growth Strategies-new target markets and product innovations
Debrief Feel free to ask us any questions you may have about the zorbing experience within the Haliburton Sustainable Forest Feel free to provide us any comment and/or suggestions to enhance our program Enjoy your snacks! Thank-you for listening
Contact Us Please feel free to contact us Email us www.haliburtonforest.com Call us (705) 754-2198 Visit us At the Haliburton Sustainable Forest
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