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  • Not Always a Man’s World

    Mom-and-pop stores have been the cornerstone of the pool and spa retail business for decades.

  • 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.

  • Texas Bill Links Drain Safety to Home Sales

    A Texas senator has introduced a state bill aimed at raising awareness of suction entrapment

  • The Price Isn’t Right

    A hot tub is not just a hot tub when it comes to deciding what it should cost consumers

  • Shine a Light

    Mike Scalia is helping to outfit the Beardsley aquatics center with one of the largest solar pool heating systems in Arizona.

  • Selling Efficiency

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

  • Polished Up or Down Home

    Walk into Swim World Pools, and there’s no doubt you’re entering a family business — a 2-year-old boy is usually found next to the service counter.

  • Show Stopper

    Pool and spa professionals seeking a new source of revenue might want to consider following in the footsteps of Jan Sotelo, owner of Modern Design and Build in Austin, Texas.

  • State of the Market

    For hot tub retailers, today’s economy provides few certainties.

  • State of the Market

    Jamie Albert Snyder began selling fiberglass pools about 5 years ago.