Pennsylvania spa dealer navigates business less than 100 miles from New York By Michelle L. Cramer Dan Henry, owner, East Coast Spas Montgomery County in Pennsylvania was the first in the state to see presumptive positive cases of COVID-19, Dan Henry, owner of East Coast Spas in Horsham, Pennsylvania, recalls.
Spa retailers discuss how to navigate business in a volatile political climateBy Seraine Page This story was written before the covid-19 outbreak. Though the advice is geared toward politics, much of it holds true for helping your business through a pandemic. An election year is here, again. But that doesn’t
Pool and hot tub manufacturers are finding ways to help their communities Jet Line ProductsThe swimming pool distributor donated its inventory of swim goggles and swim masks to hospitals in its area. Confer Plastics While the factory is shutdown due to New York state’s coronavirus mandates, the company is donating
Prestige Pools & Spas in St. Louis, Missouri, is still considered an essential business in the state. “Keeping pools/hot tubs clean is good for the customers who are forced to stay home and gives them a better reason to stay home more,” says Chad Moentenich, a sales person for the
A retailer at the epicenter by Megan Kendrick Nelson Bryant’s store, Seattle Hot Tubs, is five minutes from Life Care Center, the Kirkland, Washington, nursing home that was ravaged by coronavirus. More than 30 of its residents died. Bryant’s area was hit hard, and first, with the COVID-19 virus that