Jeff Ellis & Associates, Inc.

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Comment by Dave Cutler on September 16, 2012 at 10:13am

ASC/WAHOOO Celebrates Its First Successful Summer Season

Watch this brief video of the Wahooo Swim Monitor System being used by one of four summer camps at their lake waterfronts.

Comment by Luke Borowy on August 20, 2011 at 1:22pm
Shaun,  my resort operates a similarly sized indoor wave pool: we do not allow tubes due to the small size of the pool.  I realize that might sound strange, but the indoor wave pools are far smaller than their outdoor counterparts.  Great Wolf lodge Pocono also operates an indoor wave pool and they do utilize tubes.  With a max depth of 5 feet, I always preferred to have the little ones in coast guard approved flotation instead of navigating a log jam of empty ride tubes.  Hope this helps.
Comment by Shaun M. Mendez on August 5, 2011 at 2:18pm
Hey Everyone, I was hoping to pick your brains! At my current resort we are nearing the completion of our 190,000 gal indoor wave pool. i have worked at facilities that do allow tubes and do not allow tubes in wave pools.  i was hoping some of y'all could help with more pros and cons. 
Comment by Chandra Thornburg on March 16, 2010 at 2:34pm
Hi there,
I am currently not certified in Ellis but was in 2003. Has there been any updates since then? Is there a new LG manual?

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