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  • Lessons in Lobbying

    When money’s tight and everyone is vying for a piece of the pie, operators have to be proactive in garnering support for improvement projects.

  • Amusement Merger Terminated

    Despite previously announcing a definitive merger agreement,Apollo Global Management and Cedar Fair Entertainment Co. have mutually decided to call off the transaction.

  • Pools Meeting Fiscal Goals

    Despite the recession and some unusually cold weather last summer, some public aquatics facilities had financially successful swim seasons.

  • ISHOF Renovations One Step Closer

    Long-standing plans to redevelop the Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) Aquatic Complex, which houses the International Swimming Hall of Fame, continue to take shape

  • Bi-Annual Construction Report Shows Recession Still A Factor

    In a clear indication of the impact of the recession, fewer than 20 hotel waterpark resorts opened in 2009, compared to 24 openings in 2008 and 34 in 2007

  • USA Swimming Experiences Membership Boom in ’09

    Colorado Springs, Colo.-based USA Swimming has reported its largest single-year member increase since its inception

  • Olympic Aquatics Center Embroiled in Controversy

    As fervor from the 2008 Beijing Olympics died down, focus in the past year has turned to the future competition site: London’s new aquatics center for the 2012 summer games

  • Aquatic Entertainment is Going High-Tech

    What do video games have in common with aquatics? A lot more than you might think, given some of the latest developments in the industry.

  • False Alarm

    It was the middle of summer season, and our swim lesson program was in full swing

  • The Future Is Here

    When I was growing up, I used to love poring over the pages of Popular Science.