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Meet the team: Kieron Murty, Aqua Parcs Co-founder
9th April 2019
What made you decide to launch Aqua Parcs?
It was the brainchild of my good friend and Co-founder, Joe Grix. We discussed it and decided to team up. As they say, two heads are better than one!
What does your role involve?
Ensuring Aqua Parcs runs as smoothly as possible, liaising with our team to ensure the needs of our customers and staff are met and providing a safe environment for our customers to have a great time.
What do you enjoy most about your job?
Providing the most fun you can have in a wetsuit to our customers and seeing the customers reaction before and after going on the park. I also enjoy working with our staff to create a fun environment to work in.
What has been your most memorable experience at Aqua Parcs to date?
It has to be our opening weekend. Seeing all the hard work pay off and customers getting to experience the park for the first time was an incredible moment.
What’s your favourite obstacle on the course?
It would have to be the Ninja Jump, it’s similar to the first obstacle on Ninja Warrior UK and requires skill and perseverance to overcome it. This year we are installing The Diamond, which is an awesome obstacle that will definitely become a favourite.
If you had to race anyone on the course, who would it be?
Comedian, James Acaster, on the basis that one, I would definitely win, two I would love to see James in a wetsuit and three, it would be absolutely hilarious. He’s a local boy too so hopefully he would be up for the challenge – in fact I think we should make this happen.
What is your ultimate goal for Aqua Parcs?
For people to recognise our brand and whenever they see our logo or an advert for Aqua Parcs they can relate it to a memory of an unforgettable experience.
If you had to describe yourself in three words, what would they be?
Always thinking positively.
What would people be surprised to know about you?
I’ve published 2 children’s books, Billy wants a rabbit and Frogs don’t drill for diamonds, available on Amazon now (sorry for the shameless plug). Also, on a recent golf outing I got a hole in one, I’m still dining out on that story.
What are your interests outside of work?
When I have spare time I have a big love for music, writing and wakeboarding.
And finally, we’re off to the pub, what’s your order?
A pint of Hop House and a double spiced rum and ginger, thanks.