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A bimonthly newsletter for the Canadian pool & spa industry

June 27, 2019

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A bimonthly newsletter for the Canadian pool & spa industry

June 27, 2019

Making a Splash

Show: Quebec aquatic association preps

Show: Quebec aquatic association preps

The 27th Salon Splash show, the annual one-day conference for Quebec’s pool industry, is taking place at the Centre des congrès de Quebec in Quebec City, Que.

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The International Pool Group introduces a new opportunity for pool and spa stores

The International Pool Group introduces a new opportunity for pool and spa stores

The LeisureScapes banner is designed for the pool and spa retailer who is looking to add the credibility of a national brand.

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MR-Pro Fun set to acquire Icon Global Partners

MR-Pro Fun set to acquire Icon Global Partners

Management consulting and operational services company MR-Pro Fun Inc., plans to acquire waterpark consulting specialist company Icon Global Partners Ltd. The companies aspire to continue to be a resource for owners of theme parks and waterparks.

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Plans revealed for world's first 360-degree pool

Plans revealed for world's first 360-degree pool

London, England is to get the world's first 360-degree high-rise swimming pool. The project will be designed by Compass Pools and will be installed on top of a 55-storey building named Infinity London. According to CNN, the pool will be made with cast acrylic.

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Pool alarms add extra measure of safety

Pool alarms add extra measure of safety

New pool owners in Knoxville, Tenn., must install an alarm to adhere to state law. According to WVLT, this mandate is due to Katie Beth's Law, named after retired Senator Charlotte Burks' great granddaughter who drowned in 2009. The CPSC said pool alarms should be installed to alert adults if a child attempts to enter the pool area.

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