There was a time when retailers laughed and turned their noses up at the thought of carrying used hot tubs. Though financial times appear to be better, there remains great consumer demand for an inexpensive path to spa ownership. But is it worth your time? Let these words soak in.
For more than 30 years, Bill Renter owned a landscape design/build firm, The Deck & Patio Company, which he recently sold. The company built decks, patios, pergolas and ponds, and did all the landscaping in between. Many those projects involved incorporating a pool or hot tub. Eventually, Renter went on
There are many heartwarming stories of hot tub retailers using their businesses and products to benefit others. We’ve found two examples: One retailer structured part of his business to donate to those in need; the other donated part of his body. Be The Match It was just another day at Georgia
Some hot tub retailers find great success in the used market; for others it’s a headache By Jim Raposa There was a time when retailers laughed and turned their noses up at the thought of carrying used hot tubs. Though financial times appear to be better, there remains great consumer
A 45-year veteran of the spa industry, Joe Stone has an infectious excitement about swim spas. Starting in the manufacturing side of the business, he segued to retail store ownership about five years ago when he opened Swim Fitness, now with three locations serving Northern California. Someone with Stone’s industry