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  • Top of Their Game

    While the hot tub market may not be as robust as in years past, plenty of spa dealers are still doing well.

  • Your Brand Here

    About 15 years ago, crews from Mt. Lake Pool & Patio in Doylestown, Pa., shot 450 yards of concrete in a single day. The work was part of a restoration project for a local pond.

  • Evolving the Brand

    A corporate brand should help build and establish a company’s identity. It should also be appropriate for a variety of different applications. 

  • Must Love Spas

    Jerry Pasley didn’t know much about hot tubs until he bought one for his young family to enjoy in 1986.

  • Virtual Education

    Pool and spa businesses have been buffeted by the economy, and while there are signs of a recovery, it’s not going to turn around overnight.

  • Paying the Price

    David Lionetti has made history.

  • In Their Own Backyard

    Concerns regarding the David Lionetti plea go beyond the particulars of the case.

  • Dealers with Data

    It’s no secret that there are huge health benefits to owning a hot tub

  • Going International

    Long before renovation work became a primary revenue stream for the pool industry, Tony Adams saw the segment’s potential

  • Two’s Company

    Alice Cunningham, co-owner of Olympic Hot Tub Co. in Seattle, recently sold a triangular two-person hot tub to an older couple who were downsizing from a deeper spa that used a lot more water