Rebecca Robledo, senior editor of Pool & Spa News and Aquatics International, is an award-winning trade journalist with more than 20 years of experience developing and producing magazine content meant to help small businesses, their managers, employees and craftsmen improve their work. She specializes in technical, complex or detail-oriented subject matter. Rebecca has reported on the pool and spa industry for more than 20 years, with an emphasis in design and construction, as well as legal and government-regulation issues. For this coverage, she has received numerous awards, including two Neals, considered by many to be the “Pulitzer Prize of Trade Journalism,” from American Business Media. A nearly lifelong resident of Southern California, Rebecca holds a Bachelors of Science degree in Communication with a Journalism emphasis from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona.
By acquiring the well established manufacturer Watkins takes a definitive step into new product categories.
Following a successful bid to gain EnergyStar labels for certain pumps, manufacturers and APSP seek the water-conservation equivalent for...
The National Plasterers Council reports increased membership and participation in its annual conference
After nearly two decades, the education group drops the 3 from its name
The Conference for the Model Aquatic Health Code is accepting change requests for the 2016 version of the model code
With its second pool-industry acquisition, a company relatively new to aquatics seeks to become a top player in the field.
When NPC Chair Dave Schilli takes something on, it’s serious
This is the second attempt in three years to pass a sales tax on services. It comes in response to the changing economy.
The purchase comes after the December sale of L.A. Spas to MAAX Spas Industries Corp.
Two veteran service professionals are beginning an education program geared to others in their segment.
A key indicator for home remodeling bodes well for pool and spa construction this year .
Should pools be considerd a luxury for the poor?
As the industry picks up this year, it’s a good
time to think about which of the Great Recession changes you should keep.
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