We finally go in-depth with cohost Jeff about the process he went through to buy his company. Jeff is candid about some of the obstacles he faced, things that went wrong and the costs associated with everything. While each business transaction is unique to the company and people, if you’re
Norm Coburn from New England Spas in the Boston metro has been attending the industry trade shows for 30+ years. In this episode he tells us when he starts planning for the show (six months in advance!), what he tries to accomplish when he’s there and his strategy for shows.
In this episode Megan and Jeff talk to Tom Junck, co-owner of Combined Pool & Spa in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Tom’s store has won the Caldera Dealer of the Year award the last five years. The company also have more than 280 Google Reviews and is rated at 5
We’ve revamped The SpaRetailer Podcast! We’ve got a new intro and are welcoming Jeff Bailey to the podcast as our new cohost. Jeff is the owner of Spring Dance Hot Tubs, which has three locations in the Philadelphia metro. In his first episode we talk about how Jeff got into
Longtime columnist Linda Cahan joins us to discuss some of the good and bad things she sees in hot tub retail stores. A few topics we cover: — The decompression area — Clean bathrooms (with changing tables) — Using mannequins (Linda likes mannequinmadness.com) — Lighting — Signage https://media.blubrry.com/thesparetailerpodcast/p/sparetailer.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/Episode-18-The-Good-Bad-and-Ugly-in-Hot-Tub-Stores.mp3Podcast: Play