JULY 2017 FEATURED BUSINESS: Brighton Oasis Family Aquatic Park

Brighton Oasis Family
Aquatic Park
Contact Person & Title: 
John Workman- Aquatics Supervisor
Business Hours: 
In 2 -3 Paragraphs please tell us your company story: 
“After replacing the nearly 60 year old outdoor pool, Brighton’s Oasis Family Aquatic Park is already in its seventh season. With amenities including two slides, a lazy river, climbing wall, kids play structure and dumping bucket, there is something for the whole family.

We have popular special events including Teen Nights, Parents Night out and Customer Appreciation Day. We even have Doggie Paddle Days at the end of the season!  The Oasis is a great place to schedule a birthday party or corporate outing.
Our goal is to remain relevant and always evolving.  We try to add or change a feature in the park every year.  Our events are planned with the goal of providing something for everyone.  We try to build a relationship with all of our guests, especially our regulars.  We are grateful for the opportunity to provide such a fun family facility for the Brighton community.”
Why was the signage requested?  
“I want people to see our signage where they wouldn’t necessarily have Oasis on the brain.  Our guests can see upcoming events and promotions every time they enter the park. I want to make sure people know about them when they are not at our waterpark.”
Who are you trying to target with your new signage?
” I am trying to attract residents of Brighton and the surrounding communities to join us at their local water park.”
Did the signs meet your purpose?
“They have indeed.  Working with Mallory has been extremely easy.  She has given me ideas so that I can reuse banners and signs year after year.  This allows me to get the word out in more places.”
What Kind of Feedback have you received from your clientele regarding the sign? 
“The best feedback I have received from these signs is the increased presence at the Oasis.  As I mentioned before, we are already in our seventh year of operation.  Despite this, our number of visits continue to grow as does our involvement in the community.”