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TRADIES FLOAT WAVE POOL IDEA FOR THE COAST | September, 1st 2015

Imagine if you could ride the perfect wave every day, without battling the crowds at your favourite surf break… Then load up a truck, and move it elsewhere.

The action-packed new ride is being masterminded by a group of surf-loving tradies.

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Gold Coast trio raising funds to build Flow Rider wave pool and retail complex | August, 31st 2015

SURFERS won’t have to flee the city to chase the perfect wave if three Gold Coast tradies can get their indoor wave pool off the ground.

Partners Corey and Kris Vogt and Ryan Mulhern have secured the rights to develop a wave house with a bar, retail and entertaining area on a 800sqm site, overlooking a pool generating waves to be ridden on a surf or body board all year round.

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RIDING THE PERFECT INVESTMENT WAVE | August, 10th 2015

A safe and convenient surfing environment is a lure for experienced wave-riders, novices and tourists.

Stage it as entertainment to attract participants and spectators alike then add shopping and dining into the mix and you have Sneaky Peaks Flow House, planned as Australia’s first triple-purpose FlowRider® wave pool retail complex.

The three entrepreneurs driving Sneaky Peaks have backed their enthusiasm with economic savvy, working over the past year to research and develop detailed economic modelling, costings and strategy, generating a sound business plan that has secured them financing matching their capital outlay.

Now what they need are investors to help transition their dream from development to destination.

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The Sneaky Peaks Flow House Project - SURFSTITCH | July, 8th 2015

Picture one of your all time favourite dreams forming the perfect building blocks to become a reality. Just imagine the excitement of a project you have brainstormed down to a tee but never quite got around to working past pen to paper, finally breathing life and fitting the exact description you once had only panned out in your mind. For young Gold Coast entrepreneurs Corey Vogt and Ryan Mulhern, their dream of developing their own flowrider facility is fast becoming a reality, each day finalising further steps towards the bigger picture of their own unique, fun and exciting venue, based around the one sport we all love, surfing.

With investors knocking at the door and going hand over fist for an opportunity to be involved with the exciting venture, the 4 million dollar project, known as Sneaky Peaks Flow House, is closer than ever to once again putting the Gold Coast community on the worldwide surfing map.

As well as providing positive economic impacts for the Gold Coast and freeing up the growing congestion at popular line ups, Sneaky Peaks Flow House aims to be a family based and eco-friendly venture, with plans to incorporate local surf shops, food stalls and other fun amenities for everyone involved.

We caught up with the two brains behind the operation to discuss potential locations, the incorporation of a mobile venue, the exciting thoughts of potential investors and much, much more.

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102.9 HOT TOMATO | June, 24th 2015

Big thanks to the Hot Tomato team for showing an interest in our project. Hopfully next time we could do it live straight from Sneaky Peaks...

 

 

GOLD COAST TRADIES SEEK INVESTMENT FOR $4M WAVE POOL VENTURE | June, 18th 2015

Carpenter Corey Vogt, 26, and apprentice electrician Ryan Mulhern 22, have secured the rights to develop a “wave house” on the Coast.

It would essentially be a bar and entertaining area on an 800sq m site, overlooking a pool that would generate an endless wave that could be ridden on a surfboard or bodyboard.

Mr Vogt was working at a fly-in, fly-out mine at Miles, about 350km west of Brisbane, and Mr Mulhern on the Coast, when they came up with the concept after too many weekends of flat seas and no waves.

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NEW $4 MILLION TOURISM ATTRACTION TO MAKE WAVES | May, 7th 2015

TWO young entrepreneurs are seeking prime sites on the Gold Coast to develop Australia's first ever Flow House - an entertainment destination for surf-enthusiasts looking for perfect waves all year round.

The locals behind the project, Corey Vogt (26) and Ryan Mulhern (22), gave Gold Coast Business News a "sneak peak" of the proposed plans which incorporate a Flow Rider machine for body boarding and surfing, food and beverage venues and retail facilities. 

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