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  • Frustration Persists with Red Cross Pricing, Service

    Some Red Cross providers remain frustrated with costs and customer service despite lower swim fees announced earlier this month.

  • Terri Smith

    Through her work as an aquatic designer and president-elect of the Association of Aquatic Professionals, Terri Smith is bringing her extensive professional aquatics background to a national audience

  • Red Cross Survey May Signal Price Changes

    Officials at the American Red Cross are reviewing results of a survey meant to further address concerns over a new pricing structure.

  • APSP Launches Sustainable Water Foundation

    The Association of Pool & Spa Professionals announced a new foundation called World of Recreational Water, to promote the sustainable use of recreational water worldwide.

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  • Summer Swim Season Makes Headlines

    Wasn’t it just yesterday that you were hiring guards for summer 2011? Now the year is fast becoming a memory. In case you forgot, here’s a look back at what made headlines, and how it might affect the new year.

  • International Pool | Spa | Patio Expo Expands Offerings

    The International Pool | Spa | Patio Expo offers a range of new classes and events this year, along with a number of old favorites.

  • Red Cross Wants to Negotiate Prices

    In the wake of announcing new fees that have rankled many aquatics professionals, the American Red Cross held a special meeting with a group of California aquatics leaders to address concerns and assure them that the organization is willing to be flexible

  • Red Cross Fee Increases Create Anger, Confusio

    The American Red Cross abruptly rolled out a series of changes to its programs that include a new fee structure that many industry professionals say is unmanageable at a time of such economic uncertainty.

  • APSP Model Code Moves Toward Completion

    The Association of Pool & Spa Professionals and the International Code Council are continuing to move forward on development of a new model code.