As my friend and selling author Susan RoAne always encourages us to talk to strangers…or at least redefine what a stranger is. How about a brilliant, interesting person Mark Fuller.
Tour of City Center
On December 13th, I toured the new Crystals Mall at City Center with my great pal and best client, Dan Maddux, Executive Director of The American Payroll Association and new meeting location MEET Las Vegas. Dan and I marveled at what we could see of City Center. Magnificent can't even describe it!
This is how Dan describes one of our interesting conversations.
While only 20% of the retail stores are open, a full house of luxury retail will soon ascend in the coming months. What was most intriguing about the mall as well as the front grand entry of Aria are the water features. There is no way to truly categorize the water features of City Center. One of the installations in the mall is called Glacia. It is 13 massive and towering shafts of ice that seamlessly merge from a shallow black granite pool of water.
While we were standing there, marveling at this work of art, we noticed a gentleman standing by Glacia. He had on a jacket that said WET. We were certain that he was with the company that designed the many water features we had enjoyed at City Center; we approached him. We were met by the most humble of gentleman. In fact, this cordial man is none other than Mark Fuller, Chief Executive Officer and owner of WET! Mr. Fuller and his team of 250+ people who are employed by WET are responsible for over 2,500 major water installations worldwide. Of course, one of the premier features in Las Vegas, the fountain in front of the Bellagio is in fact Mark Fuller's creation.
Go and learn more about WET and the many worldwide landmarks they've created. Mark Fuller and WET are more about the Las Vegas landscape than most would know.
WET is working on a product line of smaller scale water features that will be introduced to the market in the coming months. Finally, the unique inventions of WET will be available for luxury homes and commercial office projects.
Dan certainly hopes Mark Fuller and WET will consider MEET Las Vegas for their launch and showcase of their new portable designs.