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Most would agree that Las Vegas would be one of the best places on earth to develop a Surf Lakes. Vegas boasts year round warm weather, over 40 million tourists per annum (pre-covid), as well as a growing local population (currently over 2.7m).

It is also a city of amazing attractions – such as Luxor, the largest glass pyramid in the world; one of the largest hotels in the country, with more than 5,000 rooms; and one of the most expensive hotels ever constructed, the Bellagio. The area along Las Vegas Boulevard and its adjoining near-downtown streets – the famous “Strip” – is the “City Without Clocks,” whose multibillion-dollar economy is devoted to servicing a wide array of impulses and addictions of many kinds.

Soon the city will be known as a genuine surf destination, with Vegas now slated for a Surf Lakes. Licensee Torrey Ward is over the moon.

“I want everyone to benefit from and share in this most-special place,” said Ward. “And may there be nothing but peace and happiness and fun, in a very safe and secure clean setting for all.”

Ward, an entrepreneur from California, and his small team have been working on finding the perfect location and partners and is now in a position to move forward to make this project a reality. Ward was one of the first to take out a Surf Lakes Exclusive Territory Agreement with the view to go to full license. He has been a strong advocate of Surf Lakes technology since the waves pulsed in 2018.