Hot Spring sells one millionth spa

The achievement is a major milestone, particularly during recent challenging economic times.

Vista, Calif.— Hot Spring Spas recently sold its one millionth spa, a major milestone, particularly during recent challenging economic times.

“It’s a testament to the company’s unparalleled commitment to quality, design and ease of use that we are the first and only brand to achieve the one-million spas milestone, “ said Kacy Rivers, brand manager for Hot Spring.

The company credits this focus, combined with an uncommon leadership philosophy and a team of talented, experienced and dedicated employees and retail partners in achieving this distinction.

In business for nearly 40 years, the company is building on its successful history with the launch of the new Highlife Collection NXT line, which has been meticulously crafted to offer homeowners an ultra-attractive, exceptionally well-built spa. In addition to the new design elements, Hot Spring introduced the industry’s first wireless touchscreen control panel on select Highlife Collection models.

“Our dedication to designing wellness products with exceptional features, beautiful designs and outstanding value will keep us the leader for decades to come,” said Rivers.

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