More stories about Associations

  • Famous Attorney with Industry Ties Passes

    Lewinsky attorney William Ginsburg has died. Before taking on more visible clients, he represented the pool industry in several cases.

  • APSP to Restructure Leadership

    In a letter sent to its members April 2, the APSP outlined changes to its leadership.

  • Master Pools Reports Business Optimism

    The Spring gathering of the Master Pools Guild seems a sign of good things to come.

  • Master Pools Knows Way to San Jose

    An increase in educational opportunities, an expanded international presence and optimism for 2013 highlighted the Masters Pools Guild Spring Meeting.

  • Too Many Pool & Spa Industry Trade Shows?

    What happens when there's not just one show, but four, or eight or 12 or 24? That's the reality for a professional attempting to work across both industries, and it seems the number of them grows annually.

  • At the Helm

    It could be argued that the National Plasterers Council couldn’t ask for a better leader at this juncture in its history than Edgar Sanchez.

  • News Briefs

    Former L.A. Spas Owner Pledges $27 Million ; CONSPA Warns Against Unlicensed Contractors

  • NSPF Opens Pool Incident Database to Public

    As part of an effort to track pool-related issues, the National Swimming Pool Foundation has started compiling a database of news reports about such incidents.

  • Northeast Spa & Pool Helps Members Dig Out

    Hurricane Sandy’s October landfall caused more than 100 deaths, racked up billions of dollars in property damage, and for those in the pool and spa industry created a monumental mess.

  • And the Winner is…

    The Northeast Spa & Pool Association recently announced the winners of its 2012 Awards of Excellence — Honoring Our Peers Awards Program.