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  • Additional Discounts

    On the heels of the revised Red Cross pricing for swim lessons, the National Recreation and Park Associationhas announced two other savings options available with other providers to its members.

  • 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.

  • Find out what's new at NRPA!

  • 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.