Erin Ansley is online editor for Pool & Spa News and Aquatics International magazines. She first joined Hanley Wood as assistant editor of products in 2011 and focused on product reviews, retail trends and issues pertaining to Main Street storeowners. She also reported on waterparks, competitive aquatics sports and multiple industry associations. Erin grew up in Old Bridge, N.J., and earned dual Bachelor of Art degrees in Journalism and History from Rutgers University in 2001. For nearly 15 years, she’s pursued her passion for writing, interviewing more than 500 notable small business owners, CEOs, architects, designers, musicians, authors and others, penning articles on nearly every topic imaginable. When not sleuthing the Web for the latest news or calling on sources for the inside scoop, Erin can be found surfing waves along the California coast, challenging her athletic limits in her favorite CrossFit box, or playing drums with her indie rock band.
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House Bill 795 and Senate Bill 926 would impose new policies regarding low-voltage pool lights and electrical inspections.
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The industry buying group announced the new partnership during its annual shareholder's meeting.
Dan Tillman is moving on up.
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What started as a small gesture turned into the largest philanthropic endeavor the manufacturer has embarked on in its history.
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