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Introducing Thrill Estate™

As brick-and-mortar retail centers work to adapt to the negative impact online shopping has had on in-store foot traffic, innovative real estate operators are quickly realizing that coupling their retail offering with an unmatchable, exciting attraction can pay huge dividends. This shift toward mixed retail, dining and entertainment complexes has been dubbed, “retail-tainment” by industry experts.

ThrillCorp is positioned uniquely to deliver the focal point of such centers with its Polercoaster™ and SkySpire™ attractions. ThrillCorp’s distinctive and unparalleled solution creates new, exciting and repeatable draw for developers looking to ensure their retail complexes stand out in a crowded and competitive industry.


Polercoaster is a patented “rollercoaster on a pole” that takes the mega-coaster made famous by traditional theme parks and places it vertically on a towering structure. Going vertical adds the thrill of height to all of the loops, rolls, dives, inversions and speed that normal coasters deliver, but with more commercial upside. Instead of requiring a sprawling plot of land, The Polercoaster’s vertical design compacts the most exciting attractions of a theme park into only a half-acre footprint. The Polercoaster can be configured to include a rollercoaster, drop ride, zip line, skywalk, observation deck and tower-top lounge, creating a highly visible, iconic structure that can reach more than 1,000 feet in height.

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    Attraction Highlights

  • Height range from 250 to 1,000 feet
  • Two-to-three minute ride time
  • Full inversions, loops, rolls; Top speed of approximately 50MPH
  • Capacity of approximately 1,000 people per hour
  • 120’x120’ footprint; optional track runout may be employed to promote the ride
  • Vertical launch using linear induction drives
  • Eight passenger vehicles
  • Drop ride seating for 6-18 guests
  • Upper floors in the range of 10,000 to 40,000 square feet
  • Multiple high margin revenue streams


In markets where enjoying a spectacular view outweighs consumers’ desires for heart-pumping thrills, SkySpire serves as an equally delightful alternative. SkySpire also leverages vertical building. As opposed to a rollercoaster, it creates an observation experience that offers a fresh new take on the Ferris wheel. It carries guests, via spiraling gondolas, to the top of a tall tower where they can disembark on an observation level that can incorporate a lounge and/or restaurant. SkySpire offers the opportunity to capitalize on brilliant natural views while creating a multi-use entertainment facility.

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    Attraction Highlights

  • Height range from 250 to 1,000 feet
  • Elegant design and appearance
  • Unobstructed 360º views
  • Floor-to-ceiling glass
  • Substantial capacity (20 to 50 gondolas with capacity for up to 20 guests each)
  • Ski lift style boarding (cars come to a stop until safely seated)
  • Variable speeds allow cars to move quickly up the spire and slow at the top
  • Upper floors in the range of 10,000 to 40,000 square feet
  • Visitor experience at the top may include interactive viewing exhibits
  • Interactive observation experiences

Frequently Asked Questions

Why is ThrillCorp crowdfunding?

The ThrillCorp team has previously launched two very successful attractions businesses. Both were started with a limited amount of capital that was self-funded by the Bill Kitchen, the inventor.

The Polercoaster and Skypire are much larger endeavors requiring capital beyond what any single owner can provide. Each is expected to require between $30 million and $80 million in investment, but will also be capable of generating substantial annual profits. Going to market through traditional financing channels is very difficult if not impossible without essentially selling the entire company to predatory financiers. For this reason, ThrillCorp is going directly to many small investors who would like to see these projects become a reality and would like to own a piece of the company from the start. By spreading the risk to many small investors, ThrillCorp accomplishes funding goals and creates an advocacy group that can help promote the rides across the globe.

What is Regulation A+ Equity Crowdfunding?

In March 2015, the SEC implemented rules under Title IV of the JumpStart Our Business Startup (JOBS) Act of 2012, paving the way for private companies to raise up to $50 million from accredited and unaccredited investors, subject to specified investment limits. This new rule is known as “Regulation A+” or “Reg A+.” There are two tiers to Regulation A+. ThrillCorp, Inc. is pursuing an offering under Tier 1. Under Tier 2, non-accredited individual investors can invest a maximum of the greater of 10% of their net worth or 10% of their net income. There is no limit for non-accredited investors in Tier 2. Investors are able to self-certify their income or net worth for purposes of the investment limits, so there is no burdensome documentation required to prove income or net worth.

Why is ThrillCorp, Inc. running a REG A+ equity crowdfunding campaign?

ThrillCorp is running a REG A+ crowdfunding campaign to raise capital to build its attractions and allow small investors the opportunity to participate in a new, exciting and potentially successful company. The thrill ride community is passionate and emotionally invested; ThrillCorp seeks to offer more individuals the opportunity to monetarily invest and profit from their passion.

What is the biggest benefit to potential investors who are thinking of choosing ThrillCorp, Inc.?

For potential investors, the opportunity to invest in a rollercoaster company is both exciting and intelligent. The ThrillCorp team is comprised of industry veterans who know the entertainment space and have successfully patented and distributed entertainment opportunities, and the company’s newest products represent the future of the entertainment industry. This notion is substantiated by the organic manifestation of nationwide interest generated by the first Polercoaster announcement, as well as tangible increases in real estate value in locations where developments have been confirmed.

Are there risks involved in investing in ThrillCorp?

Yes. As with any business, there are a number of varied risks. Please review the offering circular to read about some of the potential risks that may apply.

How will this capital raise contribute to ThrillCorp’s long-term goal?

This capital will help ThrillCorp develop one or more of its attractions, serving as a foundation upon which the company will seek to replicate success in as many as 50 U.S. markets.

How can I invest?

Interested Individuals can learn more and invest by creating an account and selecting an investment amount of $200 or more.

What is the minimum amount required to invest?

ThrillCorp has set its minimum investment level at $200, which purchases 20 shares. This low minimum makes investing accessible to a large group of potential investors, some who may be investing for the very first time. It is anticipated that a large number of investors will see this as an attractive opportunity and will invest $1,000 or more. Just like non-equity crowdfunding on Kickstarter or Indiegogo, ThrillCorp has created a set of rewards for those who invest at higher levels. The table below indicates what the company plans to provide in the way of investment packages. VIP tickets are annual passes that are accepted at ThrillCorp-owned Polercoasters and SkySpires. VIP passes with guest benefits allow one guest with each VIP ticket holder.

How will this capital raise contribute to ThrillCorp’s long-term goal?

This capital will help ThrillCorp develop one or more of its attractions, serving as a foundation upon which the company will seek to replicate success in as many as 50 U.S. markets.

How will my investment be used?

Depending upon how much capital is raised in the offering, ThrillCorp plans to use funds to develop rides. This will include securing sites, performing design and engineering, generating estimates and budgets, securing bank or other debt funding, securing partnerships, contracting for construction, executing the project and other functions. If the raise is successful, toward the top end of the $50 million offering maximum, the company believes it may be able to initiate three projects. To do so, it will add staff to handle project management and accounting to scale up capabilities to execute development in multiple sites. If the raise is modestly successful, toward the minimum end of the offering range at $5 million, ThrillCorp will reduce its scope, use the funds to secure a site and will seek partnerships and other financing to bring one site to market. ThrillCorp intends to keep overhead very low. The founders and directors are deferring payment of compensation until the company has generated positive EBITDA.

Included in the total investment estimate for each site is a license agreement with SkySpire LLC or Polercoaster LLC to give ThrillCorp exclusive rights to the intellectual property, including patents, in each market. These agreements are structured with a Territory Fee to take an exclusive territory, measured from the site center point, off of the market. No other development rights shall be granted in that territory for the product that ThrillCorp has licensed. This assures that ThrillCorp will be the exclusive licensor in a protected territory. The Territory Fee is paid with a portion up front and the remainder amortized over the construction period. Upon opening, any unpaid Territory Fee is due and payable. At that point, the license agreement shifts into an operating royalty, which may be expressed as a percentage of revenue. For the term of the contract, as long as the operating royalties are paid, the exclusive license shall remain in force.

Please review the offering circular for more information.