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  • Woman Acquitted of Negligence Causing Boy's Death at Pool Party

    In the United Arab Emirates, a woman charged with mistakenly causing the drowning death of a boy has been acquitted. The incident happened during a June 26, 2012 birthday party, and Dubai's Court of Misdemeanours heard the case,

  • Crowdfunded Pool Gains Global Attention

    A floating public pool has made headlines for its ambitious design goals and use of crowdfunding

  • Lower Cost Anti-Entrapment Invention Hits Market

    Three industry pioneers are introducing a lower-cost, anti-entrapment product aimed at the residential market

  • Here Comes the Rain Again

    A Denver facility comes up with a rain-check policy that’s a win-win for everyone

  • Gorillas in the Midst

    We all have goals that consume us every day. Yet, to become fixated on a momentary issue to the point where we no longer notice that someone is uncomfortable or could use a little help is to enslave ourselves to the hamster wheel of our own minds.

  • Rick Root

    Twenty-five years ago, the waterpark industry was still playing in the kiddie pool.

  • Geoff Chutter

    If you think that accountants and waterparks don’t mix, you’d be wrong.

  • Restored to Life

    Operators are holding facilities together with the barest resources. It’s time to rebuild, renew and redefine aquatics for the new economy.

  • Budgeting Basics

    For today’s aquatics professionals, good fiscal practices and budgeting skills are essential.

  • Revenue Generators

    Generating new revenue at your aquatics facility is a hard task. Or is it? By simply thinking outside the “pool,” the world opens up to many untapped opportunities.