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  • Survivors

    It may be the 30th anniversary for the Atlantic City Pool & Spa Show, but organizers are determined to keep things fresh and relevant

  • Short-Lived

    Some, like Les Greenfield, say it started worsening about five years ago

  • Sweeps for Keeps

    Pool & Spa News takes a close look at automatic cleaners.

  • Industry Feels the Strain of Drain Recall

    The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission’s far-reaching drain-cover recall is the largest in industry history.

  • Industry Sees Rare Midseason Price Hikes from Manufacturers

    A sharp rise in the cost of raw materials has prompted a number of pool and spa product manufacturers to institute midseason price increases.

  • Internet Retailers Expand, Offer More Options

    Internet sales are grabbing an ever-increasing percentage of pool and spa industry market share.

  • The ’00s

    The decade started out quietly enough. After all, Jan. 1, 2000, wasn’t perceptibly different than Dec. 31, 1999.

  • Facing the Future

    The rise of online retail leaves Todd Joyce with mixed feelings

  • Made in China

    Arlene Stachel, co-owner of Mt. Lake Pool & Patio in Doylestown, Pa., regularly purchases large containers of outdoor furniture from China

  • Selling Efficiency

    These days, many companies seem to be facing an unusual choice: “Go green” or go away