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  • Spa Pro Returns to Roots

    After a brief hiatus, an author and hot tub marketing expert has rejoined the industry.

  • APSP Announces Expo Education Line-up

    In an effort to continue to meet the specific needs of advanced pool and spa builders, the Association of Pool & Spa Professionals is offering a new line-up of programs at the 2013 Int’l Pool | Spa | Patio Expo this November in Las Vegas. Here's a breakdown:

  • What’s Behind the Curtain?

    Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes at Pool & Spa News – how we determine editorial content and who’s responsible for what goes into the industry’s leading magazine?

  • Lawsuits, Regulation Dominate 2012 Most-Read News Stories

    Two lawsuits and a major builder rounded out the top three news stories for Pool &Spa News readers in 2012.

  • Invasive Whitefly ‘Sucking Chlorine’ from Florida Pools

    South Florida’s inviting climate has made it home to invasive species such as parakeets, pythons and walking catfish.

  • The Best of the Best

    I remember when I first made the decision to go to college.

  • Words of Wisdom

    Publishing a book isn’t easy, says Jenn Smith, project coordinator for Chantilly, Va.-based Lewis Aquatech.

  • Under Oath

    The lure of expert witness work can be strong.

  • Cupping the Light

    During this past Atlantic City show, I was in a souvenir shop when a Christmas tree ornament caught my eye. It was a small mouse wearing a Santa hat and holding a sign that read, “Be Merry.”

  • The Spirit of Innovation

    My favorite period in the history of the pool and spa industry is the ’60s and ’70s. Granted, for much of that time I wasn’t even in elementary school, but nevertheless when I look at photos and read about what went on in those years, I