The Kuvera Story
Founder Spoony Singh inspired the next generations of Kuvera’s leaders to operate their businesses with integrity, personal commitment, and a sense of fun. These principles have guided Kuvera’s growth since 1965. See how we’ve expanded from one attraction on Hollywood Boulevard into a corporation with operations in four states and an ever-increasing portfolio of assets.
We invest in data. Every major decision is backed by solid research. From guest and employee surveys to full-scale commissioned studies, Kuvera analyzes information from many sources to develop strategies and move forward with plans. One example is Spoony’s Infused Ice Cream, the first food kiosk at Branson Boardwalk. Kuvera sought guest feedback and did extensive industry research to choose the best concept for our first venture into food & beverage.
Vision & Leadership
One of the keys to Kuvera’s success is its committed leadership. The Partners have worked tirelessly to continue founder Spoony Singh’s legacy and to live by his philosophy: “Always keep learning. Maintain relationships. Operate efficiently. If it makes sense – try it.” In their 30+ years at the helm, they’ve expanded the self-storage business, opened more attractions across the country, developed new brands, and are growing the company into an employer of choice.
L to R: Partners Tej Sundher, Raubi Sundher, Jay Sundher, Kabir Sundher.
Driven To Deliver
At Kuvera, there’s a direct path from dreaming to doing. We dive into each project with a drive to learn every facet and the determination to see it through. We directly conceptualize, finance, master plan, build and run our developments. With Branson Boardwalk, this process included a year-long campaign to secure Tax Increment Financing (TIF) for the first phase. We believe that our integrity and ability to bring talented people together allow us to turn ideas into successful operations.