Simple, cost-effective changes from a real renovation By Linda Cahan I’ve been visiting local spa stores to prepare for my seminars at the International Pool | Spa | Patio show in Las Vegas and The Pool & Spa Show in Atlantic City. I stopped into Spas of Oregon in Gladstone,
After nearly 25 years, SpaDolly still lifts, tilts, moves and delivers By Andrew Lisa The always-evolving spa industry is driven by innovation: upgrades, advances and product improvements are the norm. Yet one device continues to stand out as the apex in its niche no matter how much it stays the
Olympic Hot Tub celebrates its 41st anniversary a grand opening at its new retail store in Woodinville, Washington. At 10 a.m. on August 4th the newest 3400-sq. ft. showroom will open its doors to the public. This is the Hot Spring Spas dealer’s seventh location in the Seattle metro, and
Hot tub retailers on the software systems they can’t live without By Andrew Lisa More and more tech companies are developing software for the hot tub industry, which is good news for spa retailers looking for modern solutions to age-old challenges. The right software can go a long way in
Keep your customers excited after the sale By Robert Stuart Portable spas have been sold for more than 40 years, and there are thousands in homes all over North America. And yet, the industry seems to be more focused on the next big thing rather then capitalizing on existing spas.