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Celebration time! Wes King Co in the CampusRec Magazine!

Check it out… my article, What Makes Your Pool “Applicably Unique?”, is featured in CampusRec Magazine. It’s a good read and will show you how to capitalize on your reopening marketability. Also, there’s a link in the article to my Risk to Revenue video that is kind of hard to notice. I’m linking it for your reference down below.

Spending too much on Cleaning, Sanitizing and Disinfecting?

Hi! Hope you are well and getting ready to open! Disinfecting is now the “New Normal”, and what we will be doing in our facilities for years to come! If you are paying in excess of $550.00 per month for cleaning suppliesthen we should definitely discuss the alternative, How about getting the per gallon price down to below 0.20c, and never have to worry about supply running out? Yeah it is possible! See the first attachment for Read more…

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Aquatic Operations: Ready, Set, Reopen!

Below is a link the new “Wellness Wednesday” educational webinar, presented by the Medical Fitness Association. This week I presented with Timothy Petsch, owner and manager partner of TMI Aquatics. All about Pool/Aquatic facility reopening strategies, pain points, tools, and resources Please enjoy this presentation and if I can help in anyway feel free to contact me at wgkingimpact@gmail.com

Home Pool Safety Program

AQUATIC RISK ASSESSMENT:  HOME POOL  There are over 10 Million Home/Residential Pools United States! This “Risk Assessment Program” is designed to create positive, engaging, and tangible action items for all residents, guests, and users of nearly 10 million “home pools” in the United States. If you don’t have a home pool, BUT live in an HOA, Apt Complex, Condo, Sr. Living Center, etc. – This Program also works for “Community/Residential Pool” as well!!   Resident Read more…

Introducing Steve Papale and SlipSolutionsofIL

Its my pleasure to introduce Steve Papale and his business Slip Solutions of Illinois. Steve and I are working together to make your facility safer. I recently sat down with Steve and discussed his company, his personal passions, and why he chose to start this business. Q: Steve, Tell me a little bit about yourself: A: Hi Wes, after almost 30 years in the financial services industry I found myself looking for a new business Read more…

The Evolution of Aquatics – Introduction

The focus off this blog series will be to showcase different areas of the aquatic industry such as; parks and recs, fitness/health clubs, water parks (large and small), hospitality/hotels, medical wellness, and more…ranging from “how pools are becoming more like a business than a recreational water activity” to “trends in technology” and everything in between .  As the “business of the aquatic industry’ changes there is an equal need to adjust how we manage and Read more…

Evolution of Aquatics – “That Smell, Oh that smell”

  I have written about several areas in the aquatic industry, but this may be one of the most “ignored” issues in the business. There is a phrase that I am betting that everyone reading this has said at least once in their life, most likely at a hotel or an indoor pool. It is the moment you walk into a facility/building and your nostrils flare up and you say “Oh, they have a pool”. Read more…

No running on the pool deck

As a long time professional in the aquatic industry, parent, and a life-long recreational pool user, I can honestly say that the most common phrase said and heard is …”Don’t Run”, with a close second being “Stop Running”. This phrase has been said in every way shape and form. Lifeguards blow their whistle and yell it. Parents and swim instructors alike attempt to teach it and enforce it. We educate kids and swimmers to “not to Read more…

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