Paddock expands into North Las Vegas
June 25, 2007-- Casual Living,
Paddock Pools, Patios & Spas has opened its latest backyard superstore in North Las Vegas, Nev.
The new location is the third backyard superstore since Paddock opened its first store in Nevada nine years ago. Paddock specializes in offering a one-stop environment for complete backyard living. From the design and building of swimming pools and spas, landscaping, patio furnishings and accessories, grills and
outdoor kitchens, computerized water analysis, pool chemicals and supplies to pool toys, games and
“We are excited to bring our latest in backyard superstore design, products and services to North Las
Vegas, one of the fastest growing areas in Nevada,” said David Ghiz, president of Paddock’s retail division. “People in the community and surrounding areas can now visit our new superstore, design their new pool, enjoy a lifetime limited Paddock warranty, add personalized options and select their backyard décor accessories all in one location.”
Customers can register now to win a free $7,777 shopping spree in celebration of the July 7 grand opening. More information can be found at www.PaddockPoolsandSpas.com.
As Paddock Pools, Patios & Spas continues growth in Arizona and Nevada with 15 retail locations and celebrating 49 years of business, Kristan Hildebrandt has joined the Paddock executive team as vice president of human resources and Sam Wong joined Paddock’s in-house marketing team as creative director.
Hildebrandt formerly worked at The Phoenix Zoo, where she managed human resources with 400 employees and 370 volunteers.
Wong is responsible for all creative and brand management of Paddock. He brings more than 12 years of experience as a graphic designer and art director with various industries, including retail. His education was at Arizona State University.
Ghiz said the time was right to create these positions because of Paddock’s rapid growth in both Phoenix and Las Vegas markets.
Related Content By Author
Industry Related Content
Ratana sees Las Vegas as important casual event