More stories about Associations

  • NSPF Taps Sawyer

    The National Swimming Pool Foundation, based in Colorado Spring, Colo., has Christopher Sawyer as mission development specialist to help foster its education efforts.

  • IPSSA Turning Around Membership Slide

    After months of falling membership, IPSSA has seen its numbers increase after a change in requirements

  • 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.