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Articles from Pool & Spa News (November 7, 2003)

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2003 international pool & spa expo. 2540
A hot tub by any other name. Kennedy, William M. Letter to the Editor 401
Another vote for 'hot tub'. Stack, Lauren Letter to the Editor 346
Aquapill chemical dispensing system for swimming pools and spas. Advertisement 190
BioLab dives into commercial water. Brown, AmyJo 265
Builders ramp up production. 110
Builders: Midwest builders hire more in-house crews and produce fewer mid-priced pools. Read on to find out more. 1153
Builders: pool in the South are more likely to cost less, include waterfeatures and be built by subcontractors. 964
Builders; the Northeast uses more in-house construction crews, a lower-priced product and a. relatively low percentage of pools with waterfeatures. Read on for more information about the region. 1113
Builders; the West boasts more high-end pools, higher closing ratios and just as many companies making $1 million as not. to learn more, check out the following pages. 970
Chemical commentary. Wojtowicz, John A. 713
Compelling evidence. Taylor, Erika 373
Cut to the chase. Dunn, Mike Letter to the Editor 190
Expo marketplace. Harman, Shannon 13653
Healing spa. Harman, Shannon 102
Horizon venture acquires scumball. 107
Job market stimulates Wall Street. Dumas, Bob 129
Latham set to buy Kafko. Dumas, Bob 548
Molding a new spa customer: the newest biggest player in rotationally molded spas wants everyone to "live the dream". Advertisement 345
New Orleans expo numbers: hot and spicy. Dumas, Bob 465
NSPI school plans enter final stages. Dumas, Bob 289
Open range: despite the West's plentiful land, people and money, the industry there faces rising business costs. Brown, AmyJo 1293
Optimism remains strong. 104
Pool and spa industry stock market transactions. 719
Pools closing across Germany. 130
Raising the stakes: legalized gambling, affordable housing and an increased demand, automation spark sales in America's heartland. Wilson, Rhonda J. 1080
Retailers: backyard furniture is a valuable product line for many retailers in the West. for more profitable products in this area, flip the page. 1143
Retailers: compared with other regions, Northeast sales staffs are raking in the bucks. 1138
Retailers: Midwest retailers treat their employees well. To find out how they compare with other regions in base salaries and benefits, take a survey results. 895
Retailers: most retailers in the South stick to selling chemicals and water toys rather than larger-ticket items, such as aboveground pools and portable spas. Read on to find more statistics about the region. 1121
Service technicians: service companies in the West have smaller fleets, charge for pool cleaning less and have more NSPI-trained technicians. Want more details? 776
Service Technicians: service technicians in the Midwest perform more jobs and get paid higher fees for vinyl-liner replacements than anywhere else in the nation. 949
Service technicians: service technicians in the South are the busiest in the country. 935
Service technicians: the weather defines the way service companies do business in the Northeast--most technicians are paid by the hour and vinyl-liner pools reign supreme. 1062
Southern Exposure: although the South faces regulatory challenges and a dire shortage of qualified workers, business is blooming. Dumas, Bob 1195
Sta-Rite's motion for retrial denied. Robledo, Rebecca 332
Survey indicates retailer web sites underutilized. Brown, AmyJo 320
Tapping into the 20-something market. Anderson, Kelly 697
The drain issue. Clemens, Jeanette Letter to the Editor 142
The sky's the limit: despite severe weather challenges, the Northeast still ranks as one of the hottest areas in the country for the pool and spa industry. Robledo, Rebecca 1220

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